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There’s more to property management than collecting rent. Did you know that in many cases, housing requirements differ between a sale and a rental transaction? Do you know the correct definition of a legal bedroom? Have you obtained the proper rental license from the city and/or is you license current? If not, you could end up in a less-than-desirable situation.
At Real-Time Leasing, we actively manage the tenant and the day-to-day details of your property according to the terms of the lease agreement. Be it rent collection, unforeseen maintenance issues, tenant violations or disputes, or city requirements, our role as property manager is to oversee all issues and aspects of your Minnesota property.
Many companies offering property management services in Minneapolis are fairly new to the market. Signing a management contract with Real-Time Leasing is a way to leverage over a decade of experience in rental management. To ensure we keep owners’ best interest in mind, our in-house property manager’s work solely for Real-Time Leasing. Our unique check-and-balance structure ensures that we don’t approve an applicant for the wrong reason and allows us to uphold our commitment to the property owner while adhering to fair housing standards.
Our management fee is based on rent collected, not rent charged, and we don’t collect management fees during months of vacancy. Essentially, if you don’t get paid, we don’t get paid. We also make it a point not to charge miscellaneous administrative fees for our services. Fees like lease renewal fees, postage fees, or document fees are common charges incurred with other property management companies in Minnesota. With Real-Time Leasing, however, you won’t face any surprise withholdings or charges when it comes time for your payout.
At Real-Time Leasing, we manage our property marketing in-house so that we can be sure to have an individually catered, strategic approach to marketing your property. We pride ourselves on our proactive marketing and showing techniques proven to consistently fill units with great tenants. We track each lead that we receive for your property and provide weekly marketing updates to owners as a way ensure you are up-to-date with the attention garnered by your property.
It’s true that the Internet is the only advertising vehicle that counts in today’s market, but our advertising services ensure optimal exposure for your advertised property. Real-Time Leasing utilizes a custom, multi-platform marketing strategy that includes listings on real estate websites like Zillow, Truila, Homes.com, Hotpads, Craigslist, our social media pages, and many others. Altogether, our marketing is featured on 200+ websites, ensuring a wide draw of potential tenants. Most importantly, we track our leads as a way to measure the interest in your property and stay well informed on current rental-market trends. At any given time, Real-Time Leasing knows where our leads are coming from, we evaluate the responses given from those leads, and then we follow up with those who decide not to pursue a leasing agreement for the property. This way, we are constantly assessing our marketing strategy and can suggest market-appropriate changes to help fill your property.
Our full-service accounting department eliminates the need for you to be a constant middleman between your property management company and your personal accountant. Rather than spend your time sifting through the minutiae of income and expense, let Real-Time Leasing handle this on your behalf. Come tax time, you won’t be sorting through emails and mounds of receipts in an attempt to piece together the finances for your rental property.
Mdewakanton Dakota were the earliest inhabitants who came through the Minnesota River, following water fowl and game animals. As part of the greater migration of the Mdewakanton from their ancestral area around Mille Lacs Lake to the river confluence of the Minnesota and Mississippi Rivers, Chief Black Dog, around 1750, established his band at a permanent village at the isthmus between Black Dog Lake and the Minnesota River, near the present site of the Black Dog Power Plant. The permanent camp was reported by early settlers as being inhabited by over 250 Dakota. At the south end of Burnsville, Crystal Lake, recorded as "Minne Elk" was utilized for abundant fish, leisure and burial. It was also a gathering spot where Dakota watched deer or bucks drink at the lake from the top of Buck Hill, in which was named by early settlers who witnessed this activity. Three large burial mounds were discovered after European settlement.
The Dakota nation ceded land in 1851 and many relocated to Chief Shakopee's village—the current Shakopee-Mdewakanton Indian Reservation in nearby Prior Lake. The first European settlers were Irish, Scottish and Norwegian farmers who came upriver from Saint Paul. One of these Irish settlers was William Byrne, who had immigrated in 1840 from County Kilkenny, Ireland to Hamilton, Ontario, Canada. In 1855, he settled at the present day junction of County Road 34 and Judicial Road near the Scott County line, just southeast of old downtown Savage. He subsequently donated land there for a church, school, and a cemetery as well as serving Town Chairman. In 1858, the Dakota County Board authorized Byrnsville Township in the north by the Minnesota River, east by Eagan and Apple Valley, south by Lakeville, and west by Scott County. There is some ambiguity of if the name actually derived from William Byrne since there were people with the surname "Burns" living in the area.The Town Clerk recorded variations between "Burns" and "Byrnes" but at the 1960s city incorporation, the "Burnsville" spelling prevailed. The school district was organized during this time as well. Burnsville originally comprised the present-day downtown of Savage until county border revisions by the legislature. The Irish and Scottish settlers of this time left their names on many area roads and parks and their religion in Presbyterian, Protestant, and Catholic churches. Source From Wikipedia