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As your Lantana Property Manager
We dedicate time every month on advertising our vacancies in the Dallas-Fort Worth area. We have negotiated exclusive contracts with major advertising providers to ensure top placement and frequency. As a result, we receive calls daily from prospective tenants, and we lease properties much faster than other Dallas-Fort Worth property management companies.
We make every effort to find tenants who will pay rent on time and will care for your property. We require all applicants to verify their income to ensure they can afford the rent. We also run criminal background and credit background checks on everyone who is 18 and older in the home. We follow all federal and state real estate regulations to ensure you are in full compliance.
Our collection processes are professional but tough and we are very diligent in collecting your rent in a timely manner. We set the expectation early on so that the tenants understand that their rent must be paid on time. In addition, as the rent payments come in, the funds are quickly disbursed to you.
We inspect all properties we manage on a regular basis to ensure they are being well maintained by the tenants. We will also update you if we find any issues with the property’s plumbing, furnace, water heaters, air conditioners, or any other mechanical systems as well as appliances.
In addition to saving you time and money through our management services, Goodman Real Estate Group provides high quality and timely maintenance on your property. Our preferred vendor relationships will save you time and money as well as ensure the repairs are done in a professional manner.
We follow proven and standard practices when it comes to collecting rent. However, in the event a tenant can no longer meet their rental obligation, we will handle the eviction process swiftly. If rents are not paid on time, we initiate the legal steps necessary.
The Goodman Real Estate Group has a very simplistic and cost-effective fee structure. We have a leasing fee and a monthly management fee to manage your property 24 hours per day and 7 days per week which is a small fraction of the gross rents collected. That percentage is a number you will find to be standard nationwide with very little deviation company to company.
We are absolutely positive that the peace of mind you will achieve by utilizing our services as your Dallas-Fort Worth property manager will be well worth the small fee we charge to manage your investment. Allow us to show you why we are different. Call or email us today.
Lantana is an upscale census-designated place (CDP) and master-planned community originally developed by Republic Property Group, 8 miles (13 km) south of Denton in unincorporated Denton County, Texas, United States. The population of the CDP at the 2010 census was 6,874. Lantana had 3,274 occupied homes as of December 31, 2015, with an estimated population of 10,641. Lantana shares the 76226 ZIP code of Argyle. Approximately one quarter of the populace have an annual household income of greater than $150,000, with 34% having incomes from $75,000-$150,000. Almost half of the Lantana population has a Bachelor's Degree or higher. In 2004, 2006, 2011 and 2012, Lantana won the People's Choice Award for Community of the Year at the Dallas Homebuilders Association McSAM Awards. Lantana hosts regular community events, such as outdoor music presentations in the parks, chili cook offs, festivals, picnics, and other similar functions for its residents.
Lantana encompasses 1,780 acres (7.2 km2). It was developed starting in 1999 on land acquired from the Rayzor family (known as Rayzor Ranch). On March 16, 2000, Republic Property broke ground on the community. Larkspur and Sandlin were the first neighborhoods developed. The first residents moved in on July 31, 2001. In the first quarter of 2014, Forestar Group, Inc, an original equity partner along with Republic Property Group, acquired the remaining partnership interest in Lantana and will continue with the final development of the community. Source: Wikipedia