BOISE PROPERTY MANAGEMENT
WE CAN HELP MANAGE YOUR BOISE RENTAL PROPERTY
Next Step Realty Management is here to help you take that Next Step with your investment. With low overhead, we are able to pass on the savings to you! Whether you are taking that Next Step out of your parent's basement or taking the Next Step toward retirement, Next Step Realty Management of Boise has the solution for you. We are a full service Real Estate Company. We offer Professional Boise Property Management Services and Real Estate Sales. We specialize in property management of single family homes, duplexes, multi-plexes, and apartments in Boise and throughout the entire Idaho Treasure Valley.
There are NO hidden fees and NO monies are due upfront. You do not pay a penny until your property is rented. Our advertising is very effective and we usually have your place rented within a few days.
Benefits of using Next Step Realty Management
- Low Management Fees 6% for under 20 units and 5% for over 20 units!
- Low overhead means you save money!
- Free Direct deposit of your funds
- No Start up Fees
- Online Owner Portal Access to view statements
- No advertising fees
- Online tenant payments for quicker posting
- Eviction protection program - Saving you money
- Prompt Response to Tenant Requests
- Low vacancy rate
- Preventative Maintenance Check Program
- Affordable Rates - Discounts for multiple properties!
What we do as your Boise property manager:
- WE COMMUNICATE WITH YOU!!
- Rent collection
- Advertise your rental with video walk thru
- Fill vacancies
- Handle tenant inquires
- Rental, criminal, employment, eviction and credit investigations
- Application processing
- Lease signing
- Accounting - Rent Manager accounting software. We pay the bills you need us to.
- Handle Tenant excuses and complaints
- Property Inspections
INQUIRE ABOUT OUR SERVICES
Next Step Realty Management has managed two rentals for us for about two years. We have been pleased with the service. If we have had questions, we have gotten a prompt answer from Daniel. The year-end financial summary of the rentals was very helpful when filing income taxes. We would recommend Next Step Realty Management to anyone with rental properties. - Helen Bryce, owner Carol Jetton. daughter
Next Step Realty Management has been managing our property since we purchased our 16 unit apartment complex in Boise. We have upgraded exterior and interior as they have suggested. Since upgrading, our property has been fully occupied. Next Step Realty Management has been doing an excellent job for us. I might add that we are out of state owners. - Ron and Janet Everett
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
Q: What is eviction protection?A: For a nominal fee of $5 a month or $60 a year Next Step Realty Management will pay for the writ of restitution only, usually around $750 to evict a tenant. A jury trial is an added expense only if the tenant contests the judges decision. For the past 13 years we have been managing rentals we have never had a jury trial.
Q: How will you advertise my rental?A: We will put a yard sign up, place a rental ad on our website which feeds out to over 20 rental sites, post to craigslist and do a video walkthru.
BOISE AREA INFORMATION
The area was called Boise long before the establishment of Fort Boise. The original Fort Boise was 40 miles (64 km) west, near Parma, down the Boise River near its confluence with the Snake River at the Oregon border. This defense was erected by the Hudson's Bay Company in the 1830s. It was abandoned in the 1850s, however massacres along the Oregon Trail prompted the U.S. Army to re-establish a fort in the area in 1863 during the U.S. Civil War. The new location was selected because it was near the intersection of the Oregon Trail with a major road connecting the Boise Basin (Idaho City) and the Owyhee (Silver City) mining areas, both of which were booming. During the mid-1860s, Idaho City was the largest city in the Northwest, and as a staging area, Fort Boise grew rapidly; Boise was incorporated as a city in 1863. The first capital of the Idaho Territory was Lewiston in northern Idaho, which in 1863 was the largest community, exceeding the populations of Olympia and Seattle, Washington Territory and Portland, Oregon combined. The original territory was larger than Texas. But following the creation of Montana Territory, Boise was made the territorial capital of a much reduced Idaho in a controversial decision which overturned a district court ruling by a one-vote majority in the territorial supreme court along geographic lines in 1866.