Snoqualmie Valley Property Management manages homes, multi-family and commercial for owners and investors that own real estate property in King County. Our clients want peace and quiet while SVPM takes care of the day to day management of their properties and tenants. It is almost always more efficient for owners to allow Jhon L. Scott – Snoqualmie Valley Property Management to lease and manage their King County property, resulting in a greater net operating income.

In residential King County property management SVPM provides:

  • Simple Fees: Our pricing is fair and straight forward. It costs nothing to get started and we only have two fees: a percentage of collected rents and a leasing fee (taken from first months rent). No junk fees, or hidden fees. We only get paid when your property is generating income. Our clients love the way we do business!
  • Tenant placement: With our advertising continually running, we take numerous calls daily to keep units fully rented. We require each potential tenant to complete an application, and then follow up to verify their employment, rental history, and credit & criminal history. This helps assure that your property will have the best tenant possible.
  • Rent Collection: We collect the rent and send it to the property owner. Tenants have the ability to pay their rent online for prompt payment.
  • Free property inspections: Every six months, we make a thorough inspection of your unit, both inside and outside. This helps us insure your property is being properly cared for.
  • Accounting: Our company is highly automated. Each month you receive a financial statement showing monies collected and any disbursements that have been made. We can provide numerous reports including tenant rental histories, property rental histories, tax information to your accountant, and a host of other reports with the touch of a button.
  • Maintenance services: To save you money, we use our trusted vendors to provide quality and timely maintenance for your property. Therefore, you don’t have to pay the exorbitant rates charged by others. This can save you hundreds of dollars per year.
  • Collections and evictions: If rents are not paid on time, we begin the processes necessary to collect rents or evict tenants.