Property Management Services in Raleigh, NC
Raleigh is a thriving community, making it a prime target for real estate investors. As your property portfolio grows, the demands of managing those properties can become a little intense. Block & Associates has 11 full-time real estate professionals on our team who are dedicated to property management exclusively. This means we can help you keep your properties operating well and your tenants satisfied with your service. If you’re looking to reduce the stress of your property investments, look to the team at Block & Associates for help.
Reach out to our Raleigh, NC, property management pros. Contact us online or call 919-459-6300 for service.
How Our Property Management Services Work
When you are looking for help managing your properties, it helps to have a trustworthy and knowledgeable professional on your side. Some of the services we offer as part of our Raleigh property management packages include:
- Rental contract compliance – When your tenants need to discuss your rental contracts, we handle the communication. We have lease agreements we can offer on your behalf and strive to ensure your tenants adhere to the rules outlined in those agreements.
- Maintenance agreements – One of the biggest things a property manager has to tackle is the maintenance of the property. We address all maintenance requests your tenants have, partnering with trusted vendors to get the problem fixed quickly. We make no profit off of vendor charges but simply strive to make sure that your properties remain well maintained.
- Accounting services – Keeping your books in line takes a tremendous amount of stress off your shoulders. We also can handle paying some of your bills, such as bills for maintenance and repair. Any accounting or bookkeeping concerns are brought to your attention in a timely manner.
- Collecting rent – We can collect rent on your behalf, ensuring that it’s turned in on time every month. If there is a problem, we will handle the eviction process on your behalf.
Managing rental properties in Raleigh, NC, doesn’t have to be difficult. Call 919-459-6300 or contact Block & Associates online to learn more about our property management services.
Why Property Management in Raleigh Is a Good Investment
At Block & Associates, we have a moderate cost for our property management services, with the potential for big rewards. We charge a small percentage of your monthly rent for our services. For vacant properties, we charge a flat fee of $80 a month to manage the property. In return for this small investment, you save time and frustration. Often, because of our vendor relationships and knowledge of rental property law, you can also save money. It’s a worthwhile investment no matter how you look at it.
Schedule a consultation to discuss Raleigh property management with our team today. Call 919-459-6300 or contact us online.
Why Choose Block & Associates for Raleigh, NC Property Management?
Block & Associates understands the demands of the investment property market. We are the leading provider of rental property management services in the Triangle Region, including Raleigh. We have decades of experience and a dedicated team that works exclusively in the rental market, as well as over 40 professionals to handle all aspects of our business. We have the knowledge and support you need to make rental properties effective.
Reach out to Block & Associates today. Call us at 919-459-6300 or contact our team online to discuss your Raleigh rental portfolio and how we can help it succeed.
In December 1770, Joel Lane successfully petitioned the North Carolina General Assembly to create a new county, resulting in the formation of Wake County. The county was formed from portions of Cumberland, Orange, and Johnston counties. The county gets its name from Margaret Wake Tryon, the wife of Gov. William Tryon. The first county seat was Bloomsbury. Raleigh was chosen as the site of a new state capital in 1788. It was officially established in 1792 as both the new county seat and the new state capital. The city was named in 1792 for Sir Walter Raleigh, sponsor of the colony of Roanoke. The “Lost Colony” is commemorated at the Fort Raleigh National Historic Site on Roanoke Island, North Carolina.
The city’s location was chosen, in part, for being within 11 miles of Isaac Hunter’s Tavern, a popular tavern frequented by the state legislators. No known city or town existed previously on the chosen city site. Raleigh is one of the few cities in the United States that was planned and built specifically to serve as a state capital. Its original boundaries were formed downtown by North, East, West, and South streets. It was planned to be laid out in an axial fashion, with four public squares and one central square.
Attractions and Activities
The North Carolina Museum of Natural Sciences
Featuring an array of permanent and special exhibits, live programs, and educational films that appeal to audiences of all ages, the North Carolina Museum of Natural Sciences encourages visitors to explore the natural world and their connections to it.
North Carolina Museum of History
Rotating exhibits focus on disparate subjects ranging from North Carolina’s role in the Civil War to its place in medical history to its feats of engineering (lest we forget that Kitty Hawk, site of the Wright Brothers’ famous flight, is located on North Carolina’s heralded Outer Banks). Semipermanent exhibits include the interactive North Carolina Sports Hall of Fame, where, at the touch of a button, you can watch historic moments in college and professional baseball, basketball, and football. Admission is free.
Marbles Kids Museum and IMAX Theater
The Marbles Kids Museum inspires imagination, discovery, and learning through extraordinary adventures in play and larger-than-life IMAX experiences.
Duke Energy Center for the Performing Arts
Enjoy the nationally acclaimed Carolina Ballet, America’s next great orchestra (North Carolina Symphony), and the region’s top professional theater (North Carolina Theatre) and Broadway productions (Broadway Series South). All these larger art centers are bolstered by a thriving community of smaller galleries, events, collections, and independent performances.
JC Raulston Arboretum
Over 8,000 trees, shrubs, and perennials are located in this nationally acclaimed, 8-acre garden that is internationally recognized for having the most diverse collection of plants adapted for landscape use in the Southeastern United States.
Cameron Village Shopping District
Are you personally artsy, or do you just like to purchase the results? This collection of shops specializing in North Carolinian-designed crafts welcomes everyone from pottery fans to antique collectors to home décoraficionados. Of course, no shopping center would be complete without access to the latest in designer clothing, handbags, and shoes.
Red Hat Amphitheater
Downtown nightlife just got another exciting shot in the arm with the recent opening of Raleigh’s new boutique amphitheater. The venue on the southwest edge of downtown promises exciting entertainment bookings for a capacity crowd of 5,500 visitors to enjoy.
Parks and Recreation
The Raleigh Parks and Recreation Department actively encourages, provides, promotes, and protects quality leisure, recreation and cultural opportunities, facilities, and environments that are essential for the enhancement of the lives of its citizens.
City Government and Chamber of Commerce Guide
City of Raleigh Government
Chamber of Commerce
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.
Area Colleges & Universities
University of North Carolina
North Carolina State University
North Carolina Central University
St. Mary’s School
St. Augustine’s College
Carolina Bible College
Fayetteville State University
Fayetteville Technical Community College
Central Carolina Community College’s Chatham County Campus