Paradise Valley Property Management
Let us manage your Paradise Valley rental property
Night Owl Realty Property Management Division specializes in successfully managing and promptly leasing Paradise Valley, AZ Single Family Homes.
Serving Paradise Valley/Maricopa County & Surrounding Communities.
Managing your own rental property can present many challenges. However, if you prefer not to handle emergency phone calls in the middle of the night, Night Owl Realty offers Full-Service Property Management to directly handle such situations for you.
We take care of your property 24/7 so you can have a peace of mind.
Our Paradise Valley Property Management Services Include:
- Being Your Problem Solver
- Timely Rent Collections
- 24/7 Emergency Response
- Comprehensive Marketing Tools
- Scheduled Property Inspections
- Complete Maintenance/Repairs
- Detailed Monthly/Annual Reports
Our Property Management fees are based on your needs and normally range 10% of the monthly collected rental income.
When we acquire a new Paradise Valley property management account, we perform a complete evaluation, starting with rental comps from the MLS (Multiple Listing Service) both Leased and Available Rental Listings. It is extremely important to determine the right price for a Paradise Valley rental property vacancy in order to maximize the income in a timely manner.
Paradise Valley, AZ Area Information
Paradise Valley is a small, affluent town in Maricopa County, Arizona, United States. The town is known for its expensive real estate, luxury golf courses, shopping, and restaurant scene. According to the 2010 census, the population of the town was 12,820. Despite the town’s relatively small area and population compared to other municipalities in the Phoenix metropolitan area, Paradise Valley is home to eight full service resorts, making it one of Arizona’s premier tourist destinations. It is also known for expensive real estate.
The central terrain of Paradise Valley is dominated by Mummy Mountain. Other landmarks include Camelback Mountain on the southern border and the Piestewa Peak mountainous area on the western border. Source From Wikipedia