Slash your vacancy, repair costs and boost income via smart management.
Most CT investors are tired, frustrated, and struggling to manage their rentals. Our proven CT property management system shows you exactly what’s happening with your real property. Now you can plug the money leaks, improve service and generate more cashflow so you can become financially free.
LEASING & MANAGEMENT
Using our ResiRank scoring system, you get the best residents who will take pride in your real property.
We have them sign a solid lease that protects you and your property. Automated rent collection ensures you get paid promptly.
We provide seamless transitions between tenants, lowering vacancy expenses to the absolute minimum.
REPAIRS & MAINTENANCE
Never waste valuable time dealing with toilets or termites. Idoni promptly performs routine and emergency repairs, landscaping and maintenance.
Our reliable networks of contractors do it right the first time, at wholesale prices saving you money.
We make sure both you and your tenant get the most out of their time at your real estate.
Automated weekly reports of all rental income and expenses of your property keeps you in the loop at all times.
Idoni handles your bookkeeping and provides monthly statements of your property’s performance.
Let us take care of paying your monthly, quarterly or yearly bills.
HOW TO MANAGE YOUR PROPERTY MANAGER
Get the 4 crucial numbers your manager MUST
provide you every month!
Idoni Management takes care of your property so you can get more from life. Take a vacation without guilt. Go to your kids soccer game. Eliminate the headaches of property management while you sit back and enjoy your well deserved profits.
With years of experience in Connecticut, our team lives and breathes the state laws and have handled just about every landlord-tenant situation.
We have managed dozens of residential units in the Bridgeport area.
Our Top 5 Property Management Goals:
• Maximizing your earnings while minimizing expenses
• Timely rental collections and direct deposit to your bank
• Up to date reporting and complete accountability
• Regular property maintenance
• Your tenants are treated professionally by our trained customer service team.
Tenant Leasing & Management
We select and screen tenants who will take pride in your property. Background and credit checks included. We have them sign a solid lease that protects you and your property. Automated rent collection ensures you get paid promptly. We make sure both you and your tenant get the most out ...
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