Contacting Property Manager...
Century 21 Horizon Realty
9622 Harford Road
Baltimore, MD 21234
Types of Properties We Manage:
- Single Home/condo (up to $300K)
- Single Home/condo ($300 to $500K)
- Single Home/condo ($500K to $1M)
- Single Home/condo (over $1M)
- HOA (2 - 49 units)
- HOA (50 - 99 units)
- HOA (100+ units)
- COA (2 - 49 units)
- COA (50 - 99 units)
- COA (100+ units)
- Multi-Family (2-4 units)
- Multi-Family (5 -19 units)
- Multi-Family (20-99 units)
- Multi-Family (100+ units)
CENTURY 21 Horizon Property Management Division has over 26 years of successful experience managing single family homes, town homes, condos, apartments, and home owner associations in Central Maryland.
Rental Property Management Services
The property will be advertised on our company website, our Facebook page, Zillow, HotPads, Rent Digs, Rentals.com, and many other online advertising sites. In the advertisement we will include a brief description of the property such as # of bedrooms, bathrooms, any amenities included, area of property, pictures of the property and our phone number for those interested. As a marketing aid, the agent may submit the property to the local "multiple listing service" that is used by other companies and agents.
When a potential tenant sees our advertisements and calls our office we will instruct them as to the date and time we will be showing that particular property. The property manager makes every attempt to show each vacant property once a week. On the day of the showing the property manager will meet interested persons at the property, show them around, answer any questions, and give them an application.
Screening & Selecting Qualified Applicants
Upon receiving an application, we will run a credit, criminal background, and eviction report, verify applicant's employment, and talk to applicant's current Landlord.
After selecting a qualified applicant the Property Manager will draw up the Lease, secure all signatures; collect security deposit, and first month's rent. Our Lease is for 12 months and rent is due on the 1st day of each month. If a Tenant moves into the premises on a day other that the 1st, the rent will be pro-rated for that month.
Move In/Move Out Procedure
Before a Tenant moves personal property into a residence the Property Manager will do a walk-thru with a walk-thru sheet to determine the condition of residence upon move-in. Upon vacating the unit, another copy of the walk-thru sheet will be used to determine the condition of the unit. Any discrepancies will be noted and any condition deemed above and beyond normal wear and tear will result in a deduction from the Security Deposit.
All rents are due on the first of the month. Rent paid after the fifth (5th) will be assessed a late fee (as provided for in the lease). Rent not received in our office by the seventh business day is automatically sent to rent court. Upon filing rent court action, the tenant will also be assessed court costs. The Judge will give the Tenant four days after our court date to pay the rent. If the Tenant does not pay the rent by the deadline, we can file the warrant of restitution to get an eviction date. Once we speak with the Sheriff, he/she will assign the date and time for the eviction. On eviction day, we hire an eviction crew - usually three people, who will actually move all of the tenant's personal property out of the house. When a tenant moves or is evicted and they owe rent, late fees, water bills, damage, etc, we first apply their security deposit and accrued interest to the amount they owe. If a balance remains, we submit the claim to a local collection agency.
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