Owner Frequently Asked Questions

  • How do you handle maintenance?

    Lucky for you we have in house maintenance! We have an online portal where tenants can request maintenance. We also offer a 24-7 call line for emergencies.
  • What do Property Managers do?

    • Prepare your property for renting by walking the home, making suggestions so you can get the most for your home.

    • Inspect the property before, during and after the lease term.

    • Market the home.

    • Make the home available for prospects to view the home.

    • Receive applications, run background, credit, criminal and income checks. 

    • Coordinate the lease and renewals.

    • Provide legal, administrative and financial property management.

    •  Log correspondence in our portal system that is accessible by owners.

    • Correspond with owners and tenants.

    •  Collect rent.

    •  Handle evictions, if necessary, with our Eviction Protection Program.

  • How will you find me a Qualified tenant?

    Your property will be marketed, along with photos and a detailed description of your home, to over 200 sites like the MLS, Trulia, Zillow, Facebook and many more.
  • How do you determine how much my property is worth?

    The rental amount will depend on the condition of your home, location and the comparable homes that are currently on the market or have rented in the past few months. We offer you a FREE Market Analysis (CMA) of your home. Get started HERE.
  • Why should I choose you? Why Green River Property Managers over another PM?

    At Green River, we put a high value on your time. We believe you can be anything you want and still have a winning rental portfolio. We give you the ability to keep your mental space for things that matter with a 4 hour response time!
  • What if my tenant needs to be evicted?

    We do very few evictions because we do such a great job placing a qualified tenant. No matter how prepared you are, things can happen, so we offer all owners Eviction Protection. For a very small fee ($15/mo) we cover $2285 worth of legal fees.
  • Most common mistakes a homeowner can make with an investment property.

    • Purchasing a property in poor condition unless you are willing to renovate which can be costly.

    •  Purchasing a property in a bad area just because it was cheap.

    •  Not trusting your “Trusted Advisor”, aka Property Manager.

    •  Not keeping up with maintenance and necessary repairs to keep the home in liveable standards.

    • Asking above market value for your home.

    • Not knowing Florida laws when it comes to placing tenants and drawing up a legal lease.