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Bulverde Property Management

We offer a full range of property management services tailored to you as an investor, homeowner, or landlord. We have an extensive portfolio of single family homes, townhouses, duplexes and small 4 unit complexes in the Bulverde area.

The Benefits of using Evey Edwards Group

  • We understand client needs from our own experience
  • Provide easy to read cash flow statements
  • Offer tips for easy Schedule E rent reporting at year's end
  • Coordinate inspections for your property
  • Have an excellent cost-effective Vendor network for servicing repairs
  • Incorporate technology to enhance our owners experience

What we do as your Bulverde property manager:

  • Provide a current rental Market Analysis
  • Advertise your rental
  • Handle tenant inquiries
  • Complete a comprehensive Screening of Rental Applicants
  • Fill vacancies
  • Arrange for independent 3rd party property inspections
  • Lease signing
  • Full service repairs
  • Rent collection & processing
  • Coordinate repairs and maintenance
  • Web access to view owner statements
  • Provide Monthly & year-end statements
  • Web access to submit work requests for tenants
  • Direct Deposit of Rental Proceeds for Owners
  • Handle Tenant Disputes
  • 1. Full Service Property Management includes

    To find and place a Tenant in your home:

    50% of first full monthly rental income or
    $500.00 flat fee - whichever is greater

    This covers the following:

    • Advertising
    • Handle tenant inquiries
    • Complete comprehensive Tenant Screening of rental applicants (credit/criminal background check, previous landlord or Mortgage refs & employment verification)
    • Provide owners with a synopsis of tenant history/background for owner approval
    • Complete TAR lease and all associated documentation to place tenant in property
    • Ensure property is move-in ready, arrange for appropriate cleaning/make-ready/repairs as necessary
    • Ensure property has been re-keyed and brought up to Texas Property Code
    • Arrange for a full property inspection completed by an independent 3rd party vendor for unbiased documentation
    • Meet with tenant at property to review all systems in the home to ensure smooth move-in.
    • Ensure all monies security deposits/cleaning fees are paid prior to move-in.

    Monthly Management Service:


    10% of monthly rental income or
    $100.00 flat fee - whichever is greater

    This covers the following:

    • Rent Collection & Processing
    • Coordinate Repairs & Maintenance
    • Send owners Monthly cash flow statements & spreadsheets
    • Direct Deposit rental proceeds to Owners
    • Arrange for semi annual property inspections per owners request
    • Provide 1099 Misc. tax documentation at years' end associated paperwork
    • Complete tenant move-out statements & procedures to ensure smooth move-out
    • Handle tenant disputes
    • Post outstanding balances to collections

    Brokerage fee:
    Brokerage annual account fee is $65.00.  This is a yearly charge to set up the escrow account for tenants, maintain it, check that all leases and owner agreements are in compliance.  This is initially charged when the property is first placed in service and then assessed each January. 

    Lease Extension Charge:
    Lease extensions are billed at 10% of the new monthly rent.  We do try to negotiate a higher rental amount when the lease comes up for renewal.

    Repair Charge:
    Repairs costs above $300 are billed at 5% (but capped at $100.00), cost is assessed to offset owner requests for additional bids/estimates/photos for work completed etc., this will not exceed $100.00 (we are worth it!).  Repairs under $300 - which is our owners reserve and our maintenance limit are at NO additional cost.

    Bonus:

    * No fees are charged if the property is vacant or in between tenants.

  • 2. Partial Property Service:

    100% of first full monthly rental income or
    $1000.00 flat fee - whichever is greater

    This covers the following:

    • Advertising
    • Handle tenant inquiries
    • Complete comprehensive Tenant Screening of rental applicants
    • Provide owners with a synopsis of tenant history/background for owner approval
    • Complete TAR Lease with Tenant and associated documentation i.e. pet agreement, lead based paint addendum etc. to ensure compliance.
  • Discounts

    If you are an investor with multiple properties or a licensed Realtor please call us directly for details on discounts that we offer.

  • Inspections

    We will arrange for an independent 3rd party photo report/inspection of your home prior to tenant move in and at tenant move out. Property inspections during the tenants occupancy are at landlords desire. Brokerage does recommend having inspections initially at 6 months after tenant move in and 6 months after any lease renewal. This will chronicle & document the condition and maintenance habits of your tenants, which will assist in identifying and preventing possible damaging habits, neglect or abuse before any serious or costly damages occur. Additionally it will serve to highlight any items that are out of code, which we will be able to address and make sure that there are no unauthorized pets, and /or usage of the property. We believe that this is a tremendous value in protecting you from possible litigation, as a 3rd party report leaves no doubt as to the actual condition of the home and ensures Landlord is in compliance.

    • Tenant Move In inspection - no cost to you
    • Tenant Move Out inspection - no cost to you
    • Tenant Periodic inspection - i.e. during tenancy - cost for this service is approx. $85.00

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Testimonials

"We have been more then pleased with your work ethic and professionalism. Thank you."
- Julie and Chuck C (owners)

"Since 2006, you have provided me with excellent property management services and there were numerous challenges along the way. I want to let you know how much I appreciate you and your companies' professional handling of my property and my interest all along the way. I would absolutely recommend you personally and your company, to any prospective client-landlord. I always had the comfort of knowing that everything regarding my home in Texas was well taken care of by you and your staff. Thank you for all of your hard work and professionalism! "
- Rich S (owner)

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Frequently Asked Questions

Q: Why should I leave the utilities on?
A: This helps when showing your property to prospective tenants during times of the day that provide little sunlight and in rooms with no natural light such as bathrooms. Also cleaning crews and vendors need utilities on to prepare your property for new tenant move-in.

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Bulverde Area Information

Bulverde Property Managers

Bulverde's first people were Native Americans. A type of arrowhead known as the Bulverde Point is named after the style of arrowhead made by Native Americans who lived in the area during the period 2,500 to 600 B.C.

Bulverde was settled in 1850 and called Pieper Settlement, after Anton Pieper. For many years the closest post office was at Smithson Valley, and mail was delivered once a week to the house of Carl Koch in Bulverde. A local post office that operated from 1879 to 1919 was named for Luciano Bulverdo, an early area landowner.

Many residents of early Bulverde were immigrants or direct descendants of the German immigrants that had settled much of the Texas Hill Country. In the 1950s and as recently as the 1970s, many if not most of the residents carried German surnames (such as Siedel (meaning beer mug in German) and Saur (meaning soil)). Major changes came to the region when Interstate Highway 35 was built and Canyon Lake was created. Both of these brought new residents, and another wave of settlers came to Bulverde.

The area surrounding Bulverde was once made up of huge ranches. In the early 1970s, the first subdivisions of ranch land in Bulverde resulted in neighborhoods such as Bulverde Hills and Oak Village North. These were predecessors to numerous other subdivisions that would, by the 2000s, turn Bulverde into a suburb of San Antonio. In the mid-2000s, the final large ranch in the Bulverde area, the Johnson Ranch, was sold. The plans for Johnson Ranch call for the first large master-planned community in the area offering the cluster development concept which will provide much greater open space and allow for centralized water and wastewater systems, rather than the environmentally less friendly well and septic systems which are used in all of the older, neighboring residential developments around Bulverde. Whether these features mitigate higher traffic and increased pollution that will result from thousands of cars on an already overcrowded area road system remains to be seen.

Source: Wikipedia

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