How to Approach Firing Your Real Estate Management Company

Your real estate management company has dropped the ball time and time again. It’s not staying on top of rent collection as you had hoped, and it’s not checking on your properties like it initially promised it would. Now, you’re beyond ready to give it the ax. But how exactly do you fire real estate management companies and transition to new managers with little disruption to your business?

In this video, we’ll take a look at how to approach firing your property management company so that you can bring your bottom line back up to where it belongs.

How to Fire a Property Manager

This video offers tips for firing real estate management companies so that you experience a smooth transition from one company to the next. Specifically, we explain the two core reasons why firing a property manager becomes necessary, as well as how you should handle the conversation. Then, we lay out the five steps you should take to ensure a trouble-free transition.

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If you’re unhappy with your property management company, now may be a wise time to start from scratch with a new one. We will show you how to get it done quickly and efficiently.

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