Property Management Services
The Solomon Jones LLP shares a mutual owner relationship to Leviticus Asset Management Corporation which, through the close relationship, enables the Solomon Jones LLP to deliver cohesive services on behalf of property investors. Through this relationship, and the involvement of exclusive specialty technology tools that manage asset oversight that enable significant minimizing of various risks faced by property investors, property investor capital enjoys exceptionally unique overall protection. Management services include, among other things:
- The full accounting for each building and each unit within to save you time and money on accounting fees;
- The marketing of commercial and residential rental units;
- The sourcing and vetting of quality suitable tenants;
- The collection of rent monies due;
- The oversight of, and reporting on, legal processes when required; and
- The oversight of property maintenance contractors and emergency response tradespeople when required.
Leviticus Asset Management Corporation provides state of the art technology to both Tenants and Owners that allows Tenants to process their monthly payments using Credit Cards, Bank EFT and Pre-authorized Payments. Tenants can also use the portal to communicate maintenance requests. Owners have the ability to have real time reporting of their assets with everything from Balance Sheets right down to day-by-day transactions of each unit in their portfolio.
Solomon Jones LLP provides property management services for clients located in Markham, Peterborough, Waterloo, Scarborough, Chatham-Kent, among other places!
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