I do property management in Dayton, Ohio. I also run a lawn and landscaping service. It just depends upon the property as to what property managers want.
From the standpoint of servicing a property manager, you want to get the account of a high dollar, high profile property. Get a high dollar property where appeal is importnat and you can make some money. If it is a homeowners association, you usually end up picking up clients within the community.
If it is just a cash cow apartment building with little appeal in a below average neighborhood, the whole contract will be awarded on price alone.
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