Property Management Knightdale NC

Knightdale Property Management

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Big Dog Property Management offers leasing and property management services for homes located throughout the Greater Raleigh NC Area, to include:  Apex, Cary, Clayton, Durham, Fuquay Varina, Garner, Holly Springs, Knightdale, Morrisville, Raleigh, Wake Forest and Youngsville.

A Few Of The Things You Get With Our Knightdale NC Property Management

  • Perform initial evaluation of your property
  • Collect security deposits and monthly rents
  • Conduct routing property evaluations
  • Provide 24 hours emergency service
  • Coordinate all work order requests
  • Pay your vendors
  • Provide you with monthly income (profit and loss) reports
  • Provide year end income reports and issue 1099
  • Provide you with online access to your account 24/7
  • Provide ACH payments to you

Why Hire the Big Dogs?

Communication

Big Dog Property Management strives being a forerunner on communication – communication with Landlords and communication with Tenants. For this process to operate efficiently, we must have open lines of communication with all parties involved.

Financial Accountability

Your financial reports are available to you 24/7 through our owner’s portal. You can see when money comes in, and when (and to whom) it goes out.

Regular Property Evaluations

We realize that we cannot efficiently manage your property by sitting behind a desk. We need to see what is going on at the property. Therefore, we have established in-house criteria for performing regular property evaluations.

Competitive Leasing & Management Fees

Our property management clients enjoy a low, 75% leasing fee, NO renewal fees, and a low, $95.00 monthly property management flat fee

No Setup or Marketing Fees

That’s right…None!

No Markups on Maintenance or Repair Invoices

When you engage Big Dog Property Management to be your property manager, we consider coordinating repairs as a part of our regular duties. We do not charge you extra for that.

Easy-Out Guarantee

Your initial agreement with us is for only 90 days. After that, it runs on a month-to-month basis with only a 30 day notice required to terminate.

Knightdale AREA INFORMATION

After the railroad and depot were built, the area began to develop quickly. Norfolk and Southern moved families into the community to take care of the railroad, and many of the older homes that exist today in Knightdale were built specifically for the use of railroad workers and their families. The first railroad stationmaster's house can still be seen along the tracks on Railroad Street.

As the community continued to grow, Knightdale received its articles of official incorporation from the North Carolina Legislature on March 9, 1927, with the first mayor being Bennett L. Wall.

On February 7, 1940, a fire broke out in the center of town. The townspeople turned out to help extinguish the fire, but the fire was not brought under control until firefighters arrived from Raleigh with an adequate water supply. Several businesses and homes were destroyed and the townspeople rebuilt the historic downtown area.

After World War II, the population of Knightdale grew at a steady pace, thanks to the Baby Boom. The corner drugstore, the bank, and the barber shop located on First Avenue served as places of business, as well as places for social gatherings. Movies were often shown on the wall of the old bank building, which is located at the intersection of First Avenue and Main Street. In 1952 a municipal water system was installed.

Beginning in the 1960s the majority of new businesses in Knightdale began locating along US 64. With the addition of the Mingo Creek sewer outfall in the late 1980s, development on the south side of US 64 began. Subdivisions such as Parkside, Planter's Walk and Mingo Creek subdivisions were built, rapidly increasing the town's population. Between 1990 and 2000 Knightdale's population increased from 1,700 to more than 6,000 residents, making it the seventh fastest-growing town in North Carolina.

Source: Wikipedia

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