FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

OWNER FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

At Gordon James Realty, we know finding the right property management firm to entrust with your investments is a critical process that’s bound to provoke questions. We’ve compiled the answers to the ones our prospective clients most often pose to help make your search a bit easier and give you a feel for the comprehensive services we offer. If you have additional questions, please feel free to contact us by e-mail or phone at 202-800-2610.

About Gordon James Realty

Services & Benefits

Fees

Property Maintenance

Tenants

Preparing to lease your property

What is the Gordon James Realty philosophy of managing properties?

As Washington, D.C., Northern Virginia, and Maryland’s premier
property management company, we pride ourselves on providing
the highest quality professional service to both clients and residents. Our approach always focuses on the client first. Our continued commitment to the evolution of our business and the knowledge of our team allows us to be thought leaders in the property management industry. To that end, we always employ cutting-edge industry
technology, while relying on proven systems and effective marketing techniques to maintain low vacancy rates in our portfolio. We work in partnership with owners to help maximize rental income and provide residents with high quality housing.

We want our clients to sleep well, knowing that we’re providing all needed services. We handle maintenance and emergency repairs, enforce collection of rents and serve the proper notices upon failure
to pay. We understand federal laws, as well as those in each
jurisdiction we serve, ensuring your investment is protected.

We also want clients to get the highest possible return on their
investments. We leverage our knowledge of the local market and extensive network of contacts to manage our properties more
effectively and at reduced costs. Our systematic approach to
managing rental properties puts us at the forefront of the
property management industry.

We hope this covers it, but we may have missed something. If you still have questions, drop us a note: