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.

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Preparing to lease your property

How long will it take to rent my property?

How long it takes to rent a property depends on multiple factors, including the size, location, overall condition, asking price compared to similar properties in the neighborhood, and the time of year.  While it is impossible to predict exactly how long it will take, we do everything possible to quickly find well-qualified renters.

Gordon James Realty provides owners with a rental analysis and uses it to help owners arrive at a competitive rental price. We may also recommend small repairs that will improve the property’s appeal. Our residential leasing services include comprehensive, professional advertising campaigns that market properties on more than a dozen websites, ensuring they get maximum exposure. So, though we recommend property owners allow four to six weeks to lease their property for the first time, the process usually takes far less time.

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

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