Alabaster Property Management
Let us manage your Alabaster rental property
Frank Poe Real Estate Company offers comprehensive property management services that exceed industry standards insuring both Owner and Tenant the satisfaction that comes from being associated with a well-managed property.
Many property owners prefer to turn over the supervision of their residential or commercial properties to a professional management company. Our expertise and experience assures protection of the property and interest of the owner. The owner of the property will receive the highest return possible while being free from the day-to-day responsibilities associated with rental property ownership.
We offer property management services for both commercial and residential properties. The services we offer include, but are not limited to:
Benefits of using Frank Poe Real Estate Company, Inc.
- Advertising and marketing of your property
- Budgeting and controlling expenses
- Collection and accounting of rents
- Coordinating with legal representatives in the event eviction is necessary
- Maintaining accurate and up to date records and leases on all tenants
- Providing comprehensive owner statements that show income and expenses on a monthly basis
- Screening and securing suitable tenants
- Supervising routine and preventative maintenance & improvements
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What we do as your property manager:
We market your property through signage, al.com, Birmingham News, Zillow, Trulia, Hotpads, the Multiple Listing Service (MLS).
All applicants are screened through 5 different qualifications: SSN verification, credit history, rental history, and employment verification. Our leasing agents personally interview and screen each tenant in addition to these formal background checks.
Alabaster Area Information
George L. Scott, Sr., an Alabaster pioneer, owned and operated Alabaster Lime Co. His shipping point, named for him, was known as “Scott Rock”. Later, housing was built to accommodate some of the employees, and the community acquired its name Alabaster from the "white calcium carbonate mineral". The First Bank of Alabaster opened in 1952, and its president was George L. Scott, Jr., who later became the first mayor of Alabaster. The first attempt in 1952 to incorporate Alabaster failed. In January 1953, the petition was again filed, and on February 23, 1953, Alabaster was officially incorporated with a favorable vote of 79 to 23, and 427 residing inhabitants. Other Alabaster pioneers were Kenton B. Nickerson and William J. Maxwell. In 1955, the Alabaster Water and Gas Board was formed. Source From Wikipedia