Real estate owners and investors will often outsource property management tasks to companies that specialize in related services. You can locate property owners who prefer to use a “hands-off” approach to real estate ownership by mining sources in your local area for companies in need of tenant management, rental collection, landscaping services and the coordination of maintenance activities. A property manager who runs an organized and responsive company might receive referrals from satisfied customers.
Contact real estate agents to seek referrals for owners of residential and commercial real estate. Offer to assist clients who could use property management services. Provide real estate agents with information about your company by using flyers, business cards and brochures. Provide a list of satisfied clients for whom you have performed property management services.
Join property management associations to network with industry professionals. Attend seminars and trade shows for property management professionals to learn about methods for acquiring and servicing new, as well as existing residential and commercial property accounts.
Speak with accountants and tax attorneys about helping clients who own rental properties. Ask if your company can help any clients with excessive property responsibilities or current property management costs that are too expensive.