A: No, you are not required to make your home available to Section 8 if you do not want to. Unless it’s within certain city neighborhoods that might require it.
A: Yes, Slusser Realty Group is a fully licensed, insured, and bonded real estate company and property management firm.
A: Yes you may reach us after hours. All contact info will be provided at management contract signing.
A: Yes we can ACH or wire transfer the funds directly to your account.
A: Yes all leases, addenda, and agreements created are signed by the building owner or company representative. If the building owner or company does not care to sign agreements, Slusser Realty Group will sign on their behalf and send copies to appropriate people or company representatives.
A: Yes, Slusser Realty Group is a fully licensed to sell real estate as well as manage property.
A: Checks are processed within a few days of receiving payment on each unit. Once payment clears our bank, payment is issued. Payment can be issued via mailed check, ACH, wire transfer, etc. It is up to building owner how they would like to receive their funds.
A: Rent collection is done in person, through the mail, or through our website.
A: All leases through our company are one year terms, unless otherwise approved.
A: Typical security deposit is equal to one month’s rent amount. There will be additional security charged for things such as pets. A pet security deposit is determined on a case by case basis and is non-refundable.
A: We can start managing your property(s) as soon as all management agreements, addenda, etc. are signed. Should there be another management firm involved we are taking over for, there will be a slight delay as keys, documents, etc. need to be turned over from previous management company
A: We manage residential single family, multi-family, and multi-unit complexes.
A: We provide income and expense reports each month. We provide inspection reports when the units become occupied and vacated. Should other reports be needed, we will work with the building owner or company to provide the reports they require.
A: Tenant security deposit may be held by building owner/company or it can be held in our company’s escrow account. This is up to the building owner or company how they would like this handled.