Redmond Property Management


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Redmond Property Management

Guide Property Services is recognized as one of the premiere value-add property managers and real estate consultants in the Northwest. Our entrepreneurial attitude combined with our property management experience separate us from the typical property manager. By using our innovative investment strategies, leasing technology, and rental market knowledge we can increase revenue while maintaining a high standard of living for your residents. Our expert staff can craft a strategy to drive your investment property forward.

The Benefits of using Guide Property Services

  • Value add property management
  • Intimate knowledge of rental market
  • Skilled and trained leasing agents for lease up services
  • Experienced maintenance technicians
  • Financial reporting, investment tracking, and cash management
  • Limitless construction possibilities including full unit remodels, seismic retrofitting, unit additions, and plumbing/electrical upgrades
  • Use of technology

What we do as your Redmond Real Estate company:

  • Handle all property management operations
    • Marketing, screening tenants, and leasing apartments
    • Drafting and executing lease paperwork
    • Rent collections and deposit accounting
    • Accounts payable
    • Monthly owner statements, owner direct deposits/ACH
    • Property inspections and scheduling of all maintenance

Contact John Garvin at 206-283-0602 or jgarvin@guidepm.com to receive a quote for your property

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Redmond Area Information

Redmond Property Managers

Redmond is a city in King County, Washington, United States, located 16 miles (26 km) east of Seattle, within the Seattle metropolitan area. The population is 62,458 in 2016, an increase from the 2010 census, up from 45,256 in the 2000 census. Redmond is commonly recognized as the home of Microsoft and Nintendo of America. With an annual bike race on city streets and the state's only velodrome, Redmond is also known as the "Bicycle Capital of the Northwest".

Redmond Derby Days is an annual community festival held the second full weekend of July and celebrated its 75th anniversary in 2015. It began as a race around Lake Sammamish called the Redmond Bicycle Derby in 1939, and since then has become a multi-day event including a bicycle criterium, parade, entertainment stages, beer garden, local food offerings and activities. It also includes a carnival with rides and attractions and a fireworks display at dusk on Saturday.

Performing arts in Redmond include the Eastside Symphony and the Second Story Repertory theater company, as well as artists who play at the Redmond Performing Arts Center. Redmond has a collection of outdoor sculptures throughout its streets and parks, many of which are part of a rotating sculpture exhibition.

Redmond Lights is an annual community festival held the first Saturday of December. It features a special guest each year, a tree-lighting conducted by the mayor on city hall campus, a luminary walk on the Sammamish Trail and Redmond Central Connector with musical and light stations along the way to Redmond Town Center where there are many special attractions such as a carrousel, skating rink and food sampling. Source From Wikipedia

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