The Key to Rentals can work with in-state, out of state, and out of country owners to give you the confidence that your investment is well managed.
A market analysis can be done to see how your property compares to nearby rentals. A property inspection will
also be done to address any safety, compliance and market readiness concerns.
TKTR advertises by utilizing a yard sign, property management website, internet listings, and the MLS service to
engage other Realtors.
Applicants will be screened to demonstrate ability and intent to pay. Credit and background reports and income
verification will be utilized.
Lease documentation is provided and executed.
A security deposit will be collected, and held by TKTR in a separate bank account holding only that security
Rent is due on the first of the month. If paid on time it is processed for payment to you by the 10th. In the
event an eviction is needed, a local attorney will be engaged.
Maintenance and repairs will be coordinated will independent contractors. TKTR will hold $500 of your money in
reserve for repairs. It is expected that you have a plan for major expenses in case something significant
arises. If for example a furnace or hot water heater were to need replacement, efforts towards this would need
to be made for immediate replacement. Home warranty companies are highly discouraged.
It will be required that you maintain continuous coverage with a landlord’s insurance policy on your property.
You will have access to an owner portal where you will have access to the financial records for your property.
A form W-9 will be required from you to facilitate 1099 reporting.
TKTR will strictly comply with Fair Housing laws.
To focus 100% on rentals, TKTR does not actively engage in sales, but does have a robust network of
professionals to assist you in that process. The Real Estate Resources Tab at the top of this page can
be quite helpful. If you are a rental owner, and eventually decide to sell your property to your tenant,
TKTR will represent you in that effort.