Richardson Property Management
Let us manage your Richardson rental property
Why do you need a property manager?
Why Plat Realty for your Property Management needs?
Plat Realty is designed to give affordable property management for hardworking investors and everyday home owners like you. At Plat Realty, we simplify the property management process by offering our services for a flat fee. Why pay more for the same service?
Plat Realty strongly believes in full disclosure of fees and anticipated expenses, so there are no surprises when it comes to managing costs for your North Dallas real estate investment portfolio. When you read our management agreement, what you see is what you get. This is just one of the reasons why we are one of Dallas’ fastest growing home rental and property management companies.
At Plat Realty, we firmly believe in charging one fair monthly fee for managing residential properties.
- No junk fees
- No annual fee
- No charge for coordinating repairs
- No charge for sign
- No charge for a lock box
- No vacancy "insurance"
- No vacancy fee
- No surprises
- No charge for answering questions (yes, we have even seen that one!)
You deserve a property manager who knows how to care for your home. If you are a real estate investor or landlord, we are ready to earn your property management business. We look forward to taking care of your North Dallas rental houses, town homes, and condos. Get our experienced property managers working for you. Call 972-704-3787 today for a free consultation.
Property Management Services Provided
Rent Collection through use of our Tenant Portal on our website. All rent is collected electronically.
Owner Disbursements are fully computerized through our accounting system, providing our clients with ACH payments directly to their bank account.
Owner Statements are available 24/7 through the Owner Portal on our website. This allows our owners to access all past, present, and year-end statements anytime, anywhere.
Tenant Correspondence and Communication are maintained and documented through our office, by our professional office staff.
HOA Enforcement is upheld by our office staff. Each owner must forward any HOA violation notices to our office, and we notify and enforce such violations with the tenant.
- Plat Realty does not require any owner reserves. We simply deduct any repairs from your monthly owner disbursement.
- We only deduct the true cost of repairs, no additional fees for coordinating the repair.
- We partner with and use only the most reputable vendors to make repairs to your property.
- Our dedicated in-office maintenance coordinator addresses all maintenance issues promptly.
Property Management Fees are simple and straightforward at Plat Realty, a flat fee of $150/month. See our “fee structure”
We'll save you time and money:
Don't let finding and negotiating the right residential leasing be a time consuming process. Contact the experienced professionals at Plat Realty. We'll work with your schedule, and simplify the process for you, saving you time and money.
Richardson Area Info
Richardson had a population of 91,802 as of the 2000 census. By 2002 Richardson had four Dallas Area Rapid Transit (DART) light rail stations and had built the Eisemann Center for Performing Arts and Corporate Presentations and the adjacent Galatyn Park urban center, which has a two-acre public pedestrian plaza, a luxury hotel and mixed-use development. Richardson was a "dry city" with no alcohol sales until November 2006, when the local option election passed to allow the sale of beer and wine in grocery and convenience stores. Richardson received local media attention for removing its rocket slide, space age and Cold War-era playground equipment from Heights Park in July 2008. In the fall of 2008 Peter Perfect, a Style Network television show, came to Richardson. The business-makeover show remodeled SpiritWear, an apparel and embroidery store in the city's historic downtown area. The episode first aired on January 22, 2009. It was the first episode of the series to be filmed outside of California. In an April 2009 interview, Mike Judge said that he modeled Arlen, the setting for King of the Hill, after Richardson.