Westminster Property Management
Let Us Manage Your Westminster Rental Property
We take property management very seriously. We understand your property is your asset and we are honored to be a part of your investment strategy. Our goal is to maintain your property and preserve your cash flow – for both short and long term. We will provide quality housing at affordable rent to attract qualified residents. This, in turn, provides you with consistent cash flow.
At ManageBaltimore.com LLC, we recognize the thin margins on these types of investments and are aware of the economic climate we are all currently experiencing.
We want you to succeed. We seek to preserve not only the functionality of the asset, but the viability of the project financially.
The Benefits of using ManageBaltimore.com LLC
ManageBaltimore.com LLC offers full-service management. We take on your property responsibilities as if they were our own.
- Qualified resident placement
- Rent billing and collection
- Owner statement processing
- Repairs by licensed professionals, if required
- Resident customer service by phone and email, and at the door if necessary
- Court filings and appearances
- Civil court appearances for final judgments
What we do as your Westminster property manager:
- Property Management
- Rent Court Services
- Property Clean Outs
Our Resident Guarantee
- Resident placement fee – 100% of the first month of rent
- Monthly Management fee – 8% of the monthly rent collected
- We do not up charge our invoices
- We do not charge lease renewal fees
- We do not charge you when your property is vacant
Westminster Area Information
Westminster is a city in northern Maryland, United States. It is the seat of Carroll County. The city’s population was 18,590 at the 2010 census. Westminster is an outlying community within the Baltimore-Towson, MD MSA, which is part of a greater Washington-Baltimore-Northern Virginia, DC-MD-VA-WV CSA.
William Winchester (1711-1790) purchased approximately 167 acres of land called White’s Level in 1754 which became known as the city of Winchester. The Maryland General Assembly later changed the name of his town from Winchester to Westminster because Winchester was also the name of the county seat of Frederick County, Virginia where it was at that time located. Source From Wikipedia