Property Management

As a property owner, you expect your investment to work for you. But in reality, owners often miss out on the full potential of their properties. Think about it…

Maximizing your investment can be a tricky business. You need a business partner with experience, expertise, and connections to get the most from your assets. We are that and more with a property management team that cares about your investment as much as you do.

what we do

We started our property management services to enhance and protect our own properties. Realizing our own success and knowing others could benefit from it, we expanded this service to include our clients and we now manage over 80 properties. No matter the property, our maintenance team provides an excellent level of service for both us and our clients.

how we do it

Our principals have handled real estate from every side. We know and appreciate the role of landlord leasing representative, tenant leasing representative, landlord broker, buyer broker, property manager, tenant, potential buyer, and property owner because we’ve been all of these at one point or another. Our experience gives us an advantage when acting on our client’s behalf.

why we do it

We are all about realizing potential in unexpected places – specific locations, properties, and even building materials. New is not always better. Sometimes the bones of an old, hand-laid brick building hold more promise than a blank slate. In fact, one of the many things that sets us apart in the world of commercial real estate is our passion for revitalization.

We Are Continually:
  • Looking to close gaps in your expenses
  • Maximizing your income
  • Surveying the market landscape
  • Evaluating your expenses
  • Negotiating rates and costs
  • Reviewing records for accuracy
Case Studies

Shannon Waltchack is thrilled to have achieved the Accredited Management Organization (AMO) designation, the only distinctive credential for real estate management firms, designated by the Institute for Real Estate Management (IREM).