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Can I get out of the management agreement?

Yes, As of 2018 we do not lock our owners into lengthy long term contracts.  Our current management contracts are month to month and only require a 30-day written notice to end management for ANY REASON.  Real Property Management demands that our staff provide you and your tenants with prompt and courteous service. If you ever have a question or concern, you can contact any of us, to include the President, at any time. If after talking to the President, and you still are not 100% satisfied with our service, Real Property Management will agree to part ways, free of any penalties or termination fees. Find another management company that won’t lock you into a long-term contract!  Satisfaction Guarantee, if you are not 100% satisfied we will refund your Management Fee & Pay you an amount equal to your Management fee.
We will pay you twice your Monthly Management Fee.

I want to make changes to your management agreement.

Real Property Management Hampton Roads has invested millions into building systems and processes that have been effective at managing over One Billion dollars in real estate assets across the United States based on our management agreement.  We have never had a dispute with a property owner that required a judge to decide.  Our management agreement is designed to protect Real Property Management and the property owner.  Unfortunately we do not allow any changes or omissions from the management agreement at this time.

Can I get out of the lease with the tenant?

The lease we use is a legal binding document, but we can try and negotiate on your behalf.  If both parties mutually agree and sign off, the lease can be terminated.  This process however, does require up front and honest communications with Real Property Management Hampton Roads.  Depending on the situation there may be an option to end a lease agreement should substantial damage occur making the property uninhabitable, it is important to check with property manager and review your lease documents.

Tenant Signing a Lease for a Portsmouth Rental Home

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