Don't mean to be rude but this is a candidate for the dumbest post of the year. The difference in fees I have got so far vary by over $1000. Of course price has got a lot to do with it.Just out of curiousity, AW, what does price have to do with anything in this case...?
Just as the most expensive one does not mean it's the best either.just because it is the cheapest does not mean it is the best.
I'm not sure why you are telling me this?Sometimes people just look at price and think they are getting the best deal -
I hope you really don't think you can determine quality this way.but look at what is being offered and the quality of the offering to determine if that cheap price is going to cost you more in the long run.
Don't mean to be rude but this is a candidate for the dumbest post of the year. The difference in fees I have got so far vary by over $1000. Of course price has got a lot to do with it.
No. I don't have time or expertise.But now, if I may, I'd like to ask another question; if you don't trust what these people are telling you, would it be worth your time and effort to manage the property yourself instead of paying (what you consider to be) a large amount of money to someone whom you don't trust to do the right thing...?
Not quite. Let me clarify:Paraphrasing, I think you were suggesting that since you don't trust any property managers anyway, you may as well run with a cheap one and hope for the best.
My understanding is Run have good processes, but the actual management is via a pool so you're not always dealing with the same person. It's not my preference.
Anyone used these guys before? Any feedback?