"Property Managment..."

Discussion in 'Business Operations' started by procut, Mar 14, 2007.

  1. procut

    procut LawnSite Bronze Member
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    Please define this term.
     
  2. MILSINC

    MILSINC LawnSite Member
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    i see where you might be going with this.. there are a few definitions, aren't there?
     
  3. procut

    procut LawnSite Bronze Member
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    Thats what I'm asking. I have had several people tell me that they don't just to lawn care, they do "property managment" If you ask me that term can mean about anything.

    So, for those of you who do "property managemnt" please describe what it means to you.
     
  4. stumpslawncare

    stumpslawncare LawnSite Member
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    Just guessing here, more than just mowing grass,


    Mulch, clean-ups, shrub trimming, lawn rolling, aerating, snow removal, fertilizer, etc..
     
  5. GreenN'Clean

    GreenN'Clean LawnSite Bronze Member
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    Its just a fancy term some use instead of saying they do landscaping and cut grass
     
  6. ncls

    ncls LawnSite Senior Member
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    Property managers typically collect monthly payments from owners, pay all bills, contract for work, landscape, snow, roof repairs, etc. They pay the taxes. They do for the condo associations, customers, what you do every month to keep your household running.
     
  7. procut

    procut LawnSite Bronze Member
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    Ok, thats is what I think someone was trying to describe to me.
     
  8. ECS

    ECS LawnSite Bronze Member
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    I do everything for my customers. I do the lawn, I do the snow, I check the house each and every week, I paint & stain when they are not here, I find contractors to do anything I can not do or choose not to do. They pay their own bills and taxes. I over see any and all projects being done. When they leave, they turn the property over to me and when they are here, I do anything and everything for them or find someone to do it.

    For a complex, I would agree with the post above by ncls.
     

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