Property Management by CENTURY 21 Northwest
Maximizing Your Profit Easily, Completely, & Effectively
Thinking it’s time to hire a property management company for your real estate investments? You might be hesitant to outsource the management of your properties, and we know first-hand that it requires your trust.
Marks of a Great Property Management Company
So, how do you know if a property management company is worth its salt?
Stability of Team
We have a 7-year average management tenure!
We wield the industry’s leading marketing platform!
Loyalty to Company Policies
Our Rule: Rent is LATE on the 1st at 5:00 pm
Loyalty to Disbursement Policies
We manage multiple owner disbursements per month!
Balance of Positive and Negative Reviews
Our owners love us, tenants who don’t pay… don’t!
Proximity to your Property
We have locations valley wide!
Property Management Amount
We currently have 800 managed units!
Property Management Experience
We have 45 years in the business – and counting!
We are experts in ROI and equity gain!
Proactive Inspection Policies
We provide monthly drivebys and produce internal inspections as needed!
Property Manager’s Pricing
Pricing will be relative to the highest value of your rental property!
Positive Company Reputation
We’ve been locally owned and operated for 45 years!
Process Management & Automation
We provide an intuitive, user-friendly owner portal!
Backed by a billion-dollar corporation!
We’ve got ten reasons why we think Century 21 Northwest is the perfect choice for managing your real estate investments:
We’re the most recognized brand in real estate, going on nearly 50 years of being one of America’s most iconic property management brands to date.
We’re the most trusted brand in real estate, receiving the J.D. Power award for all four categories of real estate four years in a row.
We’re the largest property management company on the planet, providing rental home management services in 80 countries, with 9,400 locations and a team of over 127,000 professionals, giving your rental listing international exposure.
We’re the most visited real estate brokerage site on the web. Our website is also the industry’s largest and most visited real estate brokerage site. We make sure your properties are seen worldwide, and by leveraging the C21 brand, your properties will attract the best tenants in the market.
Century 21 real estate management is local and independently owned & operated, giving property owners access to an evergrowing database of active tenants with a global reach.
Century 21 Property Management technology & transparency is based upon the most sophisticated property management software in the industry – Propertyware – providing you 24/7 access and transparency to what is happening with your properties across the globe.
State-of-the-art tools to optimize your unit performance, delivering the highest rental income, ROI, and the lowest vacancy rates.
Reliable tenant screening through Century 21’s proprietary E-verification system will review your tenants’ background, criminal history, credit, income, and landlord references, saving you countless hours and protecting your property.
Access to reliable rental property repair and maintenance via our proprietary software that lists qualified contractors, and unmatched knowledge of local contracting laws, prices, and processes.
Century 21 Property Management is Fair Housing Act and Equal Opportunity compliant, so you never have to worry about it again.
Marks of a Great Property Management Company
Check out what our Property Management clients are saying
“My dealings with Century 21 Northwest have been nothing but perfect. They are very professional, courteous, and extremely diligent in making sure that all of the “t’s” were crossed and the “i’s” were dotted. I would highly recommend them for any of your home buying/selling or property management needs.”
— Bradley van Baggen
“John Crow provided first-class service in locating a home for me to lease in the Phoenix area. I was seeking a second home in Arizona, with my main residence being California. I picked the property, and John negotiated and closed the lease the next day.”
— Declan O’Brien
“I would and have recommended Century 21 Northwest to anyone in the market for a property management company. They have taken care of our house like it was theirs, and I can’t ask for much more.”
— David Assaf
Common Questions Regarding Century 21 Property Management
What are my costs other than monthly management fees?
When homes are vacant between tenants, we maintain the properties, including biweekly landscape service and weekly full-service pool care, where needed, assuring that the house remains rent-ready and shows well. This would require electricity and water service to remain on for the homes after tenants leave.
The owner is always ultimately responsible for maintenance expenses to the property. When damage is deemed to be caused by the tenant, we collect funds from the tenant to cover such damages directly or from their security deposit. Some repairs would be considered “normal wear and tear” and cannot be charged to the tenant.
Legal costs accrued from evicting the tenant are the owner’s responsibility. Generally, all security deposits are then forfeited to the owner. When the security deposit only covers some costs for damages or any unpaid rent or charges, the account is sent to collection and monitored by us.
To promote all our listed properties, CENTURY 21 Northwest absorbs the cost of aggressive advertising at no charge to the owner, including dozens of linked Internet sites, MLS, local housing authorities, and military housing offices.
Do I have a say in what repairs are authorized?
CENTURY 21 Northwest is authorized to oversee repairs up to the amount specified by you in the management agreement. The owner must obtain specific approval if the repair exceeds this amount. In cases of emergency and certain situations governed by law, the appropriate repairs or actions will need to be taken to protect the owner from potential liability. These could include air conditioning malfunctions, plumbing or septic ruptures, electrical short-outs, etc. A home warranty is a good way to control emergency maintenance costs.