Investing in a rental property is a great way to secure your financial future — but how you manage it will determine the overall value and profitability of your venture. With so many facets involved in the management process, having the right partner to handle the day-to-day operations can help to determine your success, and the team of experienced professionals at Block & Associates is here to help. Our property management solutions are designed to protect and enhance your investment and ensure your property is well-maintained to attract and retain the most desirable tenants.
Contact us online to learn more about our property management services in Morrisville, NC, or call (919) 459-6300 to speak with us today!
Our Property Management Services
Morrisville attracts individuals and families looking for a safe, welcoming, thriving community and a fine quality of life. Our property management professionals work hard to ensure your rental property is operating smoothly and efficiently, with expert services that include:
Rental Contract Compliance
In addition to ensuring enforcement of the regulations set forth in the lease and in compliance with the terms of your HOA, our property management team works hard to establish a positive working relationship with your tenants. At the end of the lease, we will perform a comprehensive move-out inspection to accurately determine if any damages have occurred. Items in need of repair are itemized and provided to the tenant along with the remainder of their security deposit in accordance with our local laws and regulations.
In order to ensure the safety and satisfaction of your tenants and prevent further damage to your structure or contents, we handle all requests for maintenance in a timely manner, including after-hours emergencies. By partnering with a number of local, trusted contractors, we can save you money on the cost of repairs, and we make no profit from any vendor charges. Before hiring a third party for repairs, we will work to troubleshoot the issue with the tenant to see if an effective, alternative solution can be found.
Our property management fees are set at a competitive percentage of the monthly rental income, with a minimum fee of $80 per month for modest properties. Additional associated costs include:
- Vacant Management – During periods of vacancy we charge a flat fee of $80 per month for management. Items including utility connections or lawn care are handled by our team and paid for out of your maintenance fund, and we inspect your property each month for added peace of mind.
- Lease Renewal – Lease renewals are performed by your rental agent for a fee of $150, which includes an interim inspection.
Monthly statements are generated each month and include items such as rental income, paid invoices, late fees, and other itemized expenses. In addition to assisting with tax preparation, our detailed invoices can help you budget for the following year.
We receive the monthly rent on your behalf and distribute the income to you via electronic deposit or mail. Every effort is made to discourage late payment of rent, and in the event that eviction proceedings are needed, we have a secure, negotiated rate with a dedicated, local real estate attorney to act on your behalf.
Why Choose Block & Associates Realty for Property Management in Morrisville?
With 27 years of experience and over 40 dedicated team members, it’s easy to see why Block & Associates is the premier property management company in the Morrisville area.
Call (919) 459-6300 to get started, or contact us online to schedule property management services in the Morrisville area!
People move to Morrisville for many reasons – excellent schools, proximity to Research Triangle Park, and the Raleigh-Durham area to name a few.
People stay in Morrisville because of the superb quality of life we offer. Businesses are thriving, neighborhoods are safe, and its winters are mild and summers are warm.
Centrally-located between the majestic Blue Ridge Mountains to the west and the legendary Outer Banks and Atlantic Coast to the east, Morrisville enjoys an average year-round temperature of 60 degrees.
Morrisville was named for Jeremiah Morris who donated three acres of land to the North Carolina Railroad in 1852 for a water station, woodshed, and other buildings in support of the railroad. The deed transaction is believed to be on November 30, 1852, which references Crabtree Creek.
Jeremiah Morris established the first post office in March of 1852 and became the first postmaster of Morrisville. Stockholder meetings were held as early as the spring and summer of 1853. These included area landowners Morris, Adolphus Jones, and Giles Allison.
Wake County’s second railroad, the North Carolina Railroad from Goldsboro to Charlotte, was completed in 1856. This railroad fostered several communities (Cary, Morrisville, Garner, and Auburn) along its line. Morrisville is the oldest of these communities, which established a railroad stop in the early 1850s. However, the Town was not chartered until 1875.
In 1859, County justices made Morrisville a polling place.
On April 13, 1865, one of the last battles of the civil war took place in Morrisville.
Morrisville Baptist Church was established in 1866.
George Tonnoffski opened a liquor store and the Page family built the Morrisville Hotel before 1872.
By the early 1870s, the Morrisville area supported at least six general stores, Baptist and Christian churches, hotels, a steam saw mill, a cabinetmaker, a lawyer, and four physicians.
Morrisville’s original charter was ratified on March 3, 1875.
By 1880, the Town’s population was 165.
Samuel Horne opened a knitting-mill in 1910.
The citizens of Morrisville voted to repeal the charter, which was ratified on May 9, 1933.
Morrisville was re-chartered on April 3, 1947.
In 1976, Morrisville purchased the Morrisville Christian Church building to be used as the first Town Hall.
On May 12, 1986 the current Town Seal was adopted.
Morrisville’s population in 1990 was 1,022.
Morrisville’s population in 2012 was 20,591.
Parks and Recreation
Our mission is to enrich the Morrisville community by creating quality recreation experiences, celebrating local culture, and enhancing our natural resources.
Parks and Recreation
Morrisville Aquatic Center
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.