Salt Lake City Property Management
Do you own a single family residence that requires care and expert supervision? Are you unable to provide the necessary maintenance to your vacation house or rental property because of geographic constraints?
At Turn Key Property Solutions, we have the solution. We supply the Salt Lake City area with residential property management and are ready to help provide your property with the care and attention it needs.
Benefits of using Turn Key Property Services:
- Peace of mind
- Discounted maintenance services
- Group buying to lower the cost of maintenance
- Property hot list for investment property
- Education on real estate investments
- Property purchasing reports
- Multiple management agreements to fit your needs
What we do as your Salt Lake City property manager:
- 5% for full service management
- Day to day operation
- Leasing, training of resident
- Advertising to place tenants
- In house attorney
- Record keeping on residents for legal matters
- Renewing leases and maintaining customer relations
- Evaluation and management of legal matters pertaining to your property
Maintenance Services include (but are not limited to):
- 24 hour emergency maintenance for residents
- Access to knowledgeable professionals.
- Periodic maintenance inspections to protect your property
- Negotiation of low cost of repairs with highest quality of work.
- Seasonal maintenance: lawn care, furnace inspections, ETC .
- Bill payment
- Rent Collection
- Monthly statement
- Monthly property reports
- Tax preparation
- ACH payment
- Credit card payments
- Bad debt collection
See that your property is managed right. Call the experts at Turn Key Property Solutions!
Salt Lake City Area Information
The city is located in the northeast corner of the Salt Lake Valley surrounded by the Great Salt Lake to the northwest and the steep Wasatch and Oquirrh mountain ranges on the eastern and south western borders, respectively. Its encircling mountains contain several narrow glacial and stream carved canyons. Among them, City Creek, Emigration, Millcreek, and Parley's border the eastern city limits. The Great Salt Lake is separated from Salt Lake City by extensive marshlands and mudflats. The metabolic activities of bacteria in the lake result in a phenomenon known as "lake stink", a scent reminiscent of foul poultry eggs, two to three times per year for a few hours. The Jordan River flows through the city and is a drainage of Utah Lake that empties into the Great Salt Lake.