Homeowner associations are growing across the country, including the St. Louis real estate market. More and more homebuyers are finding themselves in HOA communities, and investors are also renting out homes within these associations.
Working around the COVID-19 pandemic has been a challenge for a lot of landlords and St. Louis property managers. At Deca Property Management, we were prepared to adapt because we had already invested in great technology and we already had a consistent set of policies and procedures in place to help us work through the changes in marketing, leasing, and managing rental homes.
Being a St. Louis landlord has become a lot more complex than it was five or 10 years ago. There are lots of laws, tons of details, and many hassles that come with owning rental property and leasing it to tenants.
This speaks to the way we do business in every department when we’re providing St. Louis property management services. It’s especially valuable when it comes to maintenance. Over the years, we have tried and improved several different ways to take care of maintenance. We know that your investment property needs continual attention to maintenance, and we’ve worked hard to ensure routine maintenance is handled appropriately, emergency maintenance receives immediate attention, and the value of your investment property continues to grow.
You may be considering whether this is a good time to sell your St. Louis investment property. For some investors, there are excellent reasons to sell. Others will want to pause before placing their asset on the market to analyze cash flow. You want to sell when the sales market is strong enough to deliver the price you want for your property.