MIKE RICHARDSON, CCIM

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MIKE RICHARDSON, CCIM

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Property Management

Are you tired of managing your commercial property?

Let the Richardson Team take the hassle away from you as the Landlord. We will deal with the day-to-day operations of oversee the entire process of managing your property. We make sure all rents are collected every month, we pay all the bills, take phone calls from Tenants with concerns, schedule routine maintenance on the property for various items, etc. If requested by the Landlord, each month we will send financial reports of all transactions, including a profit/loss statement, balance sheet, and general ledger.

What are the duties of a commercial real estate property manager?

Commercial property management involves being able to prioritize and execute a wide array of tasks. For example, advertising, marketing, and leasing processes are all part of the commercial manager’s job; because commercial leases are generally longer than other properties, with built-in renewals (ie. a five year lease with options to renew) and rent escalations, both the marketing and lease negotiation processes are longer and more involved than in other types of property management. However, commercial property managers have less hands-on tasks once the space is leased than other managers, as many commercial tenants of spaces -- like offices, retail units and industrial suites-- often take care of their own general maintenance, and in some cases, design and customize the interior of the space to suit their businesses.

Property managers of commercial spaces keep meticulous administrative and financial records, and keep all applicable maintenance, taxes, mortgages and insurance updated. They ensure rent is collected, and respond to tenant needs and issues. Managers also provide regular reports (ie. occupancy, rent roll, and budget) to the property owner, providing regular updates on how the investment is faring.

A commercial property manager is an asset to any property owner who has neither the time nor the experience to market or manage their commercial real estate property themselves. Professional property managers are becoming more common for investors who are either too busy or simply not interested in the challenges of managing a property.

What are the benefits of using Richardson Commercial Real Estate as a property manager?

As noted above, we take the hassle away from you. We handle all the day to day operations of your property so you do not have to worry about it. Not only will we lease your property, but we make sure all rents are collected every month, we pay all the bills, take phone calls from Tenants with concerns, schedule routine maintenance on the property for various items, etc.

Ready to meet with us? Give us a call at 812-479-8440.