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Phil Keller & Shana Drew
Lic. REALTORS / Sales and Rental Agents / Property Mgr.
Email: salesandrentals@aol.com

Mailing address
BHHS Professional Realty
P.O. Box 351
Fairborn, OH 45324

Office address
2496 Commons Blvd
Beavercreek, OH 45431

Shana - cell: 937-673 2426
Phil - cell: 937-776 4496
Direct: 937-426 7846
Fax: 937- 426 1122




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Phil Keller & Shana Drew
Lic. REALTORS / Sales and Rental Agents / Property Mgr.
Email: salesandrentals@aol.com

Mailing address
BHHS Professional Realty
P.O. Box 351
Fairborn, OH 45324 Office address
2496 Commons Blvd
Beavercreek, OH 45431
Shana - cell: 937-673 2426
Phil - cell: 937-776 4496
Direct: 937-426 7846
Fax: 937-426 1122


Professional Property Management in Dayton Ohio and surrounding areas, never more vital to the community!

Here is what to expect in Dayton

There has been a large amount of growth in regards to the need for property management in the Dayton area in the past decade. Starting with the opening of The Greene Town Center in Beavercreek in august of 2006, to the first steps of the Cornerstone retail center in Centerville, which started with the opening of Costco in late 2014. Dayton property management has also increased around the ever growing Austin Landing development in Miami Township, as well as the developing areas around the Fairfield commons. With the increase of developed communities in the Dayton area all of these attractions will continue to spread the city life to these areas making it easier for those that would like to enjoy the experience of down town Dayton without having to make the trip. In the coming years property management in the Dayton area will become a much heavier market. With luxury apartment complexes such as The Greeneís Luxury living apartments and town houses, to the intended construction of extended stay hotels located at the Austin Landing development. All of these advancements will pump the area with job opportunities and in turn will pump the real estate market with more people looking for houses and apartments to buy, sell and or rent.

Does our Military deserve less than top professional property management?

With the development of an area comes the necessity of qualified property management for home owners, businesses, and corporations. With the increase in development of this particular area there is another factor of property management that must be taken into consideration. With the heavy presents of the Wright Patterson Air Force Base comes a unique set of needs. Property management in the Dayton area must to be able to accommodate and work with the military community. Families need to be able to buy and sell a homes with ease due to constant reassignments. There must be a good system of real estate brokers that know the interworkingís of Veteran Affairs guidelines when working with potential buyers in the area that intend to use there Veteran Affairs Certificate towards their home loan. Property management is also needed for renting and leasing in the Dayton area where some military members donít wish to buy a home due to the inevitability of reassignment. A good associate will be aware of the regulation that military members have in regards to housing but a great associate will take the time to make sure that each account they have is working within those regulations.

There is so much to property management! Check this out.

Another facet involved in property management is the maintaining of rental properties whether it be apartment complexes or rental homes. As in most cities, the Dayton area has a large market for rentals. With the presence of three colleges, Sinclair Community college, University of Dayton, and Wright State University, comes a large volume of students and faculty that donít wish to live on campus or canít afford to. This provides a large demand for quality living arrangements. Due to this the Dayton area needs quality property management for a number of tasks and jobs. An associate needs to be able to maintain current tenants, procure more tenants for vacancies and be aware of tenants that are not living up to their rental agreement. Property management needs to be fluent in the policies of local areas apartment and house rental market. They also need to be aware of other properties policies and how they can do better with their own facilities. Maintaining the facilities is one of the biggest task when it comes to a high quality of property management. Properties need to be maintained in regards to lawn care, building maintenance, and accommodations up keep. The plumbing, electrical, air conditioning, heating, internet, cable and any other structural or building systems need to be regularly check and repaired as needed. A quick response time in fixing tenant issues is another high priority for property management. Many apartment complexes come with certain perks and accommodation such as community gyms, pools, lounge areas and club houses. These establishments need to be properly maintained and regulated in regards to accountability for both the property management and the tenants. The requirements of lawn and structural care regulations for each city and county are another high priority on a property managementís list of responsibilities.

Quick response is vital for effective property management.

Unfortunately we live in a world when accidents and disaster occur regularly and it is the responsibility of property management associates to respond quickly to these disasters. Every area has their regular and ongoing disasters that occur on a regular basis. Some places have to watch for flash floods, others live in areas where tornado are possible if not probable. There are those that deal with severe thunderstorms and massive snow storms. The list goes on and no. Good property management is what makes a difference when it comes to the response after these disasters. The Dayton area has to deal with lots of power outages, thunderstorm and snow storm damages, and the negative effects of freezing temperatures. A great property manager has already put in sufficient amount of precaution when it comes to these disaster, there are insurance policies and response measures for any property that they oversee.

Don't take security for granted. Professional property management includes access to current neighborhood and community crime statistics.

One of the final and most important priorities for a property management associate is to be aware of the security and safety of the area. They should be able to have statistics ready for any client whether they are looking to rent an apartment near the Greene or buy a home in Kettering or Fairborn. Whether they are renting an apartment in down town Dayton or looking to buy a house in Oakwood, the information should be available. It is the responsibility of property management associates to be aware of the crime statistics for their area along with the security precautions available. Associates should be familiar with the local security companies in the area and how they work. A great property management associate is also aware of the kinds of patrols that the local authorities make and whether or not certain areas have neighborhoods watch programs.