Why Choose Bishop Real Estate Management?
Bishop Real Estate Management was established in 1991 by owner Judy Nesset, a Real Estate Broker, who saw the benefits of owning investment real estate and from this started the real estate management company. It was and continues to be her desire to provide the best possible care of an owner’s investment as if they were her own properties.
Ms. Nesset and her staff have worked diligently to offer owners a property management agreement that can be tailored to owners with the flexibility to change when the owner’s needs change. Ms. Nesset is a property owner herself, so she understands the need to be flexible and she appreciates the desire for an investment property to be profitable.
What We Do
Our Real Estate professionals run the day to day operations of real estate management with computer software that generates reports that are important in the various facets of operation. Through the accurate accounting of the software used, we are able to send owners reports and generate the appropriate payments due for the owner of the property.
The income/expense report along with funds is sent to owners once a month and the management fee is based only upon the rent collected. Rent is due on the first of each month and is considered late after the fifth of each month. Bishop Real Estate Management will prepare and have delivered “Demand for Rent” and “Eviction Notice” to each tenant that is late with their rental payments. We will also represent the owner in court, should the need arise.
Bishop Real Estate Management understands that the proper screening of potential tenants is of the utmost importance in order to protect the properties under our care. We practice due diligence in our screening process; which includes more than one credit agency, criminal records and landlord/tenant evictions.
Why Bishop Is Different
Over the years Bishop Real Estate Management has formed good working relationships with subcontractors, who can perform a variety of tasks. All of our subcontractors are required to produce a certificate of liability insurance in order to perform work on behalf of our owners. Bishop Real Estate Management does not add any additional fees to work performed. The bill presented to us by the subcontractor is the amount the owner will pay.
It has been a long standing practice of Bishop Real Estate Management to get to know City officials. The importance of knowing these people within the different departments and their expectations of building safety are of great importance in the day to day operations of real estate management.