As property manager, HARRELL always has the property owners’ best interests in mind. We align our performance standards to those interests with the goal of building a long-term, mutually beneficial relationship. We also pledge to you, the property owner, the following business practices:
When your property is vacant, the primary objective of HARRELL is to rent it quickly, with a quality lease. We stick to these standards:
At HARRELL we understand the urgency of each opportunity to rent a property, which is why we process applications on the spot and offer to send leases out the same day, assuming we have all of the proper documentation and an approved application. We rent quickly but maintain fixed baseline acceptance standards, featured here, that cannot be overridden.
HARRELL has created a strict and consistent lease agreement to benefit all parties involved. Agreement standards feature the following:
At HARRELL, we take lease agreements seriously and honor them by maintaining equally strict lease enforcement standards. By keeping the amount of past-due rent at a minimum, we protect all leases.
By standardizing its maintenance practices, HARRELL maintains all its rental properties in a timely and efficient manner. Those practices include:
HARRELL is committed to delivering consistent and accurate service on financial matters and does so through the following practices:
Harrell has established standardized practices for effective and efficient communications with the property owners, including:
HARRELL employees may be provided, or may have access to, confidential proprietary information (relative to the properties we manage) that is neither in the public domain nor is specifically authorized to be released to any third party by our clients. Such information may include, but is not limited to, certain property characteristics, quantities or qualities which may or may not be detrimental to the client if such information is disclosed. Protection of this confidential information is critical to our ability to successfully carry out our duties as property manager and to maintain trust between property manager and client. Accordingly, no HARRELL employee, manager or office may, without an order from a court of competent jurisdiction: