As soon as you start wondering if you should! Okay maybe not always but if you are wondering at all, you should likely think about pulling the rug out.
For me though, the thought of needing to fire my property manager as soon as I even wonder if I should holds true. I can reverse that thought to illustrate my point actually. In thinking of my favorite property manager, if I ask myself if there is any reason I should get rid of him I actually panic for a second at even the ‘fake’ thought of losing him! That means he is that good and truly the idea of not having him managing my properties sends a chill down my spine.
It sounds far out, I’m sure, to think you could feel so comfortable with a manager but it really is possible. So bringing that reverse illustration back around to the original point of probably needing to fire a manager at the first wonder if you should, maybe you see the point I was getting at now.
Not only do I not wonder if my property manager is doing a good job, it actually terrifies me to think of losing him! So if you are at a point of thinking your manager isn’t doing a good (or proper) job, you are probably right and you should probably start shopping around for a new manager before he (or she) costs you a lot of money.
I know that paragraph is a bit vague and may not have helped you in breaking down and evaluating your manager and his/her performance, so I’ll help you. Here is what I consider to be ‘red flags’ with a property manager and if one or more of these is an issue, you may want to consider shopping for …read more