The top six reasons why you want PLI to manage your property:
Professional Management Transition
We will carefully plan with you and flawlessly execute a management transition so that every detail about your property, from routine to unique, is completely understood. This not only includes accounting for all current and past records from previous management, but additionally items such as prior resident policy and procedures, vendor agreements & contracts, and service records for systems (eg. HVAC).
Experienced Property Managers
We will assign an experienced property manager that will regularly visit your site and spend as much time is required to perform detailed inspections as well as supervise staff, service providers and ongoing work. In addition, a full time in office assistant manager is always available to promptly take care of all requests and needs.
Experienced Accounting Team
Our in office comptroller and their staff work daily on your account receivables, account payables, and payroll. The financial records are compiled into detailed management reports and reconciled bank statements in an easy to read format delivered to you each month on a timely basis.
Project Management Expertise
Our 25+ years of experience in project management is a key benefit to your property when writing scopes of work, obtaining competitive bidding and overseeing all types of major capital improvements and replacements, including assisting architects engineers and other professionals to help control cost and coordination.
Technology & Accountability
Protecting your records, funds and the resident's privacy is of our utmost concern. We utilize cutting edge security and data storage technology with systems redundancy. Every administrative task and procedure is backed up in multiple ways, both on and off site, to ensure your data is safe.
Insurance & Contract Review
We perform a comprehensive review of all insurance, making sure proper and adequate insurance coverage is in place. All insurance policies are competitively bid on an annual basis. We also require every service provider, contractor and vendor to carry proper insurance, naming you as additional insured, with Hold Harmless Agreements and proof of Workers Compensation in place before they step foot on you property.