Cary, North Carolina, is a community that is equally as attractive to residents, visitors, and investors alike. If you are considering purchasing an investment property in the area or already own one or more rental homes, our dedicated team of property management experts can help to ensure you maximize your rental property with customized solutions and services that are second to none.
OUR PROPERTY MANAGEMENT SERVICES IN CARY, NC
Block & Associates Realty is the premier property management provider in the Triangle area, with a wide array of services to handle every aspect of the rental process, including:
RENTAL CONTRACT COMPLIANCE
Our agents handle all correspondence between tenants and owners with effective and efficient communications to resolve any issues that may arise. Our standard lease is crafted in accordance with North Carolina laws and meets the requirements set forth by your homeowners association. We will work directly with your HOA to ensure adherence to all rules and regulations and compliance with the neighborhood standards to avoid fines or penalties. At the end of the tenancy, we will conduct a comprehensive outgoing inspection to assess your property for any damages, charge the tenant where appropriate, and arrange for any necessary repairs. Upon completion, we will refund the balance of the damage deposit along with itemizations for deductions as required by law.
Our property management experts will address any requests for maintenance and, if necessary, consult our extensive list of vendors who are carefully chosen based on strict criteria for quality, reliability, and cost-effective services. Prior to arranging for professional services, we will make every attempt to troubleshoot any issues with the tenant to help reduce costs by avoiding unnecessary service calls, and we never profit from any vendor charges.
Owners receive a detailed monthly statement of income and expenses, including copies of paid invoices, and we track any monies owing to your accounts, such as past-due rents or late fees. Year-end statements assist with tax preparations and can help to maximize your deductions, and many items can be paid on your behalf without additional charges, such as warranty renewals or invoices for repairs.
Our agents collect the rents due each month and track and distribute net payments via electronic deposit or check. Every effort is made to minimize late payment accommodations by tenants to maintain a reliable income flow to clients. In the event that eviction proceedings are required, we have a secured competitive rate with a trusted, local real estate attorney whose sole practice is dedicated to representing landlords. Every effort is made to collect any outstanding debts owed by the tenant, including the filing of a report to the credit bureau on your behalf.
Our rates are in keeping with others in our area, and we offer exceptional value for our services. We charge a competitive percentage of the monthly rental income, with an $80 monthly minimum rate for modest properties, and if the property should become vacant, we will happily assume our management services for a flat fee of $80 per month. This fee includes the transfer of utilities into our name and the management of services such as lawn care, which will be billed to your maintenance fund, as well as monthly inspections to ensure the well-being and security of your property.
Since 1996, Block & Associates has worked tirelessly to earn and maintain our stellar reputation as the largest and most trusted property management team in the Triangle area. Contact us today to learn more!
Welcome to Cary, North Carolina! Here in the heart of the Triangle area, nestled between Raleigh and the Research Triangle Park, we’re thriving! Ranked among the top regions in the country to live and work, start a business or retire, the place Money magazine names as one of the hottest towns in America is just waiting for you to join us. Tree-lined streets and lovely subdivisions are only two of the reasons to enjoy Cary, whether you’re visiting or relocating here. We’ve got world-class businesses and national retail stores, as well as prestigious universities close by, and while we’ve grown to over 160,000 people, we’ve maintained our small-town charm.
Once you’re here, you’ll be calling your Realtor and making plans to relocate to our big “small” city! Learn more about Cary.
Cary began life as a settlement called Bradford’s Ordinary, but credit is given to Frank Page for establishing Cary as a town when he and his wife Kate bought 300 acres surrounding the railroad junction in 1854. Page promptly named his development after Samuel Fenton Cary (a former Ohio congressman he admired) and became the railroad agent and the town’s developer. He laid out the first streets in Cary, building a sawmill, general store, and post office, becoming Cary’s first official postmaster.
By 1868, Page had built a hotel for railroad passengers, and in 1871, Cary was incorporated, with Page becoming the first mayor. With the advent of the Raleigh and August Air-Line Railroad coming from the southwest in 1879, Cary’s growth continued. Although it grew quickly, in the early years, Cary adopted ordinances to control growth and give the town structure, and that tradition has continued.
In 1971, Cary’s government created a PUD (Planned Unit Development) to accommodate the growth created by the nearby Research Triangle Park. With the use of PUD’s, developers can plan out entire communities and “see” the area before it actually exists, making it possible to use the land to its best advantage. Thanks to their foresight, Cary is a beautifully maintained, well-functioning city, with over 160,000 people who live here and love their town!
Attractions & Activities
Built as a hotel in 1868 by founder Frank Page, by 1979, the hotel had been added to the list of National Historic Places. In 1985, residents of Cary banded together to save the building, restored it, and today, it’s alive with classes, events, performances, and exhibitions of local and regional artists. Come take a walk through the history of Cary and enjoy the many exhibits and artists that call the Page-Walker Arts & History Center home.
Talented local and regional artists display their work at various public venues in the parks and public venues. Located around town, gifted artists share their vision with the public, with an opening reception to meet the artists and attend the unveiling of exciting new work!
MacGregor Downs Country Club
Play 18 holes, then hit the clubhouse. Whether you’re a par golfer or a beginner, MacGregor Downs will keep you on your toes.
Parks & Recreation
With 24 parks in Cary, there’s something for every member of the family, from playgrounds to tennis courts and walking trails.
Annie L. Jones Park
Six lighted tennis courts, baseball, basketball, and softball areas, as well as a playground and picnic tables, make for a great day of fun for the whole family!
Cary Dog Park
Bring Rover and let him run free on this 1-acre park, adjacent to Godbold Park, making new friends to fetch with while being safe.
Green Hope Elementary School Park
With a playground, picnic shelter and tables, and three soccer fields, as well as lighted volleyball courts, kids can play to their heart’s content while you cheer them on!
Town of Cary Parks and Recreation lists all of the great parks in Cary.
Lazy Daze Arts & Crafts Festival
Thirty-three years have made this one of the South’s premier festivals, bringing 50,000 people into the downtown area of Cary for a fun-filled day of food, arts and crafts, and live entertainment. Don’t miss the fun!
Heart of the Holidays
Let an old-fashioned Victorian Christmas bring you into the spirit of the holiday at the Page-Walker Annual Holiday Open House. Learn about century-old traditions in the perfect setting, a newly renovated 1868 hotel. Sing Christmas carols around the piano, enjoy refreshments, and take the tour to view historic rooms decorated for the season. It will be a fond memory that will last a lifetime.
Spring Daze Arts & Crafts Festival
Join in the festival that’s filled with your favorite festival food, arts and crafts, and the opportunity to get involved in Cary to help improve a good thing. Kids will love the activities that are just for them, like The Children’s Village, and adults will love browsing arts and crafts of all the talented local artists.
To learn more about attractions and activities in Cary, visit Cary Recreation and Entertainment.
Town Government and Chamber of Commerce Guide
Contact information for the utilities for your new home.
Wake County Schools
Enrollment for the 2019-2020 school year was 161,900 students. With a total of 191 schools, Wake County is the largest school system in the state and the 14th largest in the nation. The student population has almost tripled since 1980. For more information, visit Wake County Public Schools.