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We Were Featured!

 

 

We were featured on the Better Business Bureau’s Sunday Spotlight! This is the best team in the business! If you need property management services – look no further and give us a call! Our Reliable Service – Your Peace of Mind

Property Manager – Rock Stars!

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Property Manager – Rock Stars!

Congratulations to Lauren Brandt, Ashley Wickstrom, and Tawnyel Gibbons, for receiving 37, Five Star Reviews over the last 60 days on Yelp, Google and Facebook. We are so proud of the service that they provide to their clients. Lauren, Ashley, and Tawnyel, along with the entire Maple Leaf Property Management team – know how to take the burden of management off of the owners while providing a great place to live for the tenants! Not an easy job, but our team is the best! When looking for relationship-oriented professionals to service your investment, look no further than this team!

Our Reliable Service – Your Peace of Mind.

Signing Leases!

At Maple Leaf Management we get to meet with wonderful owners and fabulous tenants. Looks like these new tenants are pleased to be living in one of our properties!

We’re Always Learning!

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Maple Leaf Property Management attended the state conference of the National Association of Residential Property Management (NARPM) in Spokane Washington. The organization is a membership for the best of the best property managers in the country. We participated in three days of learning and sharing new ideas. We love bringing home new ideas to continue to offer the best customer service in the Pacific Northwest.

Water Leaks

Water leaks do matter. They are hard on your home and hard on the wallet. This should be addressed at your earliest opportunity! If you live in a property that we manage and you have a water leak, please contact us so we can help resolve the problem.

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It’s Time To Check the Batteries!

It’s that time of year to check the batteries in your smoke alarm.

Even those hard wired into your house have backup batteries that need to be changed.
Check your carbon monoxide alarms and replace batteries.
Check the manufacturer date on both — if older than 10 years your alarm needs replacing.

Mail and Packages Reminder

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Mail and Packages Reminder!

If you leave town, please always put your mail on hold!  This can be done online at the USPS website.  Accumulated mail and packages not only welcome theft but also indicate a vacant property.

If you are expecting packages and have unsecured mailboxes (front porches, etc) consider requesting the packages are signed for or have them delivered to a place of business (ie your workplace)

There is also something called Informed Delivery that I highly recommend. Again, you can sign up  online at USPS. It is a free service.  You will get a daily email with gray scale photo of what mail the carrier delivered that day so you will know if anything is missing.  You will also be notified when packages are delivered.

Gutters – Rain and Leaves!

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It’s that time of year, please take care of your gutters!

Gutters – Rain and Leaves!

Keep gutters clear to help move moisture away from the house. Inform your property manager if they are clogged. One of the most common problems is when gutters are clogged, the water pools around the foundation and can flood basements or crawl spaces.Please keep all outdoor drains clear of leaves so water does not pool up in the yard. Keep an eye on drains on the street to help keep them clear also.

Home for the Holidays

Are you going home for the holiday?

We would like to remind you of several things you can do to protect your home during this time of year when we often travel “home for the holidays” or even just leave town for a few days.

  1. Let your neighbors know and ask them to keep an eye our to any unusual activity.  Make sure they know how to contact you if necessary.
  2. Have packages and mail held at the post office until you return.
  3. Use timers on your lights, both inside and outside so it looks like your home is occupied.
  4. Although it’s fun to share photos and check ins on social media, save those until your return. It’s hard to know just who will see or have access to the information that tells them your away.
  5. Remember your winter weatherization with hose bib covers and leave the heat inside your house at a reasonable temperature so if it does get cold, your pipes will not freeze.

Enjoy your holidays and time with family and friends.

Happy Holidays from all of us at Maple Leaf Property Management