Property Management Company
Our management team currently services a diverse portfolio of over 26,000,000 square feet of office, government, industrial, retail, and residential property valued in excess of $1 billion. Boyer has developed and managed properties for private and public companies. It has also had significant experience in developing and managing buildings for various government agencies.
Property Management Office
Boyer’s management approach begins with the development of a comprehensive annual business plan based on the goals and objectives of the client. Implementation of the plan is supervised carefully and reviewed regularly.
Working with our Property Managers
All tenant requests for service are processed promptly and Boyer’s property management team is in constant communication with cutting edge technology, and is available on a 24-hour basis.
Regular site visits and inspections are a routine part of each manager’s schedule.
Because of Boyer’s involvement, it has developed an “Owner” approach that keeps costs down, but does not compromise building standards.
Our Property Managers
They take genuine pride in their work.
Boyer’s property managers know their properties and their contractors and vendors. Because the property managers are “result” oriented, they receive excellent response from their vendors. In providing management services, Boyer’s emphasis stresses a commitment to maintain a high degree of tenant satisfaction while operating the property to maximize the long-term value of the asset.
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Frequently Asked Questions
Commercial property management companies handle the day-to-day management of real estate properties in the commercial industry. These properties may include offices, malls, government buildings, retail spaces, and more. Commercial property managers are in-charge of various duties, such as supervising tenant relations, collecting rent, negotiating leases, maintenance scheduling, and facilitating other necessary services. A property management company team includes property managers, assistant property managers, property administrators, property accountants, and maintenance engineers. Whether you are getting into property ownership or have a long history in the real estate industry, hiring a third-party property management company can help you achieve your ownership goals. Contact the Boyer Company to learn more about our experience in property management.
Most states have specific commercial property management licensing requirements, as property management involves various real estate activities. A property management company must answer to the state first. Then, it answers to the landlord, followed by the tenant. Since the laws surrounding property management, each company must comply with the certain licensing and certification requirements in which they offer services. For example, in Utah, property managers must have a broker’s license under the state’s current real estate licensing laws. If you wish to learn more about your area’s commercial property management license requirements, contact Boyer.
There are full-service real estate development firms that have in-house property managers for their own real estate portfolio, however, most commercial property management companies do not own the properties they manage. Instead, property owners and landlords hire third-party commercial property management companies to help them handle tenants’ day-to-day activities and other property needs. These commercial property management services include handling duties such as tenant relations, rent collection, lease negotiations, maintenance scheduling, and facilitating necessary building services, in place of the property owner. Many investors choose to work with commercial property management companies to maximize return on their assets. You can learn more about the services offered at property management firms, call the commercial real estate specialists at Boyer.
Investors and property owners regularly seek the services of licensed property management companies as they begin selling tenant leases. Experienced real estate managers help clients obtain the maximum return on their assets by improving cash flow, increasing the length of tenant contracts, and optimizing property value. Businesses who work with a real estate
developer to produce a build-to-suit leaseback arrangement often want property management services included in the deal. Business owners in a rent-to-own agreement appreciate not having to deal with complex dealings and maintenance of their building in the beginning stages of their lease. With several thousand real estate management options, you must find a qualified firm that will meet your personal investment objectives. Look for a property management company that offers services specific to your commercial property, has experience in the industry, and meets licensing and insurance requirements. Find out if the Boyer Company meets the mark for your commercial real estate management needs by contacting our team today.