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If you’re a resident, you may be wondering what happens next when you submit your notice to move out of a property. Now, let us tell you what property managers are going to do for you. 


First, what is a property manager? 


Whether you own just one or more properties, you may end up occupied calculating your rental income, expenses, or even figuring out how to balance your time vs managing your property. 


Property Managers keep all the property managing duties off your plate (as a property owner). They are a group of professionals that takes care of your needs as a property owner.


If you’re renting or a tenant per se and decided to move out, here’s the series of actions you’ll have to know with Practitioner Resources:


  • The Property Management company will accept your move-out request and advise you of an appropriate timeline for the whole proceedings.

  • The rental property owner will be notified of what’s happening, and ensure all rent payments are settled prior move-out transactions .

  • A pre-move out inspection will be conducted by the property managers, ensuring everything the space is ready for next occupancy. (Covid Protocol advises to do move out inspection a day after the tenant’s move out to avoid unsafe health circumstances. )

  • Property Managers will correspond through the process and inform rental property owners of whatever is found.

  • Security deposit will be returned 21days after the move out.



For first-time investors, property management fees can be pretty intimidating – and somehow expensive. But if you are someone who owns multiple properties, you will definitely need a hand on managing your rental investment properties. From maintenance, inspection, tenant satisfaction, rent collection and more, property managers do the hectic job for you. 

Rates vary by market, but most management companies charge 10% of the monthly rent to manage a single-family home. 

On Average, fees often range from 6 to 12 percent of whatever rent is being charged, not including any additional costs. Property managers charge according to how much you are giving them to handle, whether in LA or anywhere else. 

For a single home or condo, or only a few units from a building, they will probably charge closer to 12 percent.

For a building with many units, it will be closer to 6 percent.


The rates for residential properties are never fixed. It always depends on rental income percentage or a mix of percentages with a fixed amount. Some property management firms in LA charge around 8-12 percent of the monthly rent and charges about $100 per month flat rate (separating percentages for late fees).

Commercial rates are also are never fixed. Most firms charge a particular percentage of monthly rent. It all depends on the type of property you have and what services you intend to offer.

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