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Moore Property Management assures complete property management services in La Mirada for both residential and commercial properties including tenant screening, property marketing, maintenance, inspection, rent collection, rent increment etc

La Mirada, USA – March 13, 2014 /MarketersMedia/ —

Moore Property Management has reportedly emerged as absolute portal for all property management La Mirada services. The company is a wing of seasoned real estate firm Ed Moore Realty that has been serving for 56 years now.

A leading name in the La Mirada property management scene, Moore Property Management is the foremost property management company across the area & surrounding communities. The company caters to both commercial and residential property management La Mirada.

“Our property management wing was built in response to our many property owner clients asking Ed to help them with effective rental property management La Mirada. Thanks to our decades of professional experience in properties today we are able to serve with a very responsible, detail and extensive property management service”, stated one of the spokesmen from Ed Moore’s team.

“We are proud to declare that currently we have been able to gain the trust of many homeowners’ associations, several apartment buildings & tons of single residential homes- as well as many shopping centers. The best part is that our name has widened mostly through personal recommendations from our content clientele.”

Speaking about their property management services La Mirada, the firm manager displayed a comprehensive portfolio. Moore Property Management assured expert help in new tenant processing, rent collection, rent maintenance, bill payment and inspection on move out/move ins.

“Be it verifying legal history of your tenant or employment-payroll stub or checking with former landlord- we are here to help you with all needed tenant processing steps. We utilize our constant survey on supply & demand to help our clients with timely rent increments. Thanks to our highly skilled maintenance professionals, our company can confirm you premium property maintenance services as well”, elaborated the property manager La Mirada. “We deploy DRE accredited accounting software for tracking the expenses and income. The account statements would be mailed to you every month.”

Moore Property Management also helps clients with aggressive marketing strategies free of charge. The company is available 24/7 for the clients.

Added to property management, the seasoned property management company La Mirada

promised help in sale or purchase of real estates as well.

For more information about us, please visit http://moorepropertymanagement.biz/

Contact Info:
Name: Ed Moore
Email: moorepropertymanagement.biz@gmail.com
Address: 15826 E Imperial Hwy, La Mirada, CA, USA, 90638
Phone: 562-943-3770
Organization: Moore Property Management

Source: http://marketersmedia.com/moore-property-management-emerges-one-stop-portal-for-all-property-management-services/35652

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