In the U.S., property management companies typically assist the communities they are a part of. For investors too busy to run their properties themselves, real property management companies act as an important go between and can handle everything from scheduling repairs to accepting rent. In Missouri, though, 1,350 people are suing one of the country’s largest rental property management companies for illegal lease provisions in a class action suit.
The group, comprised largely of disabled and low-income renters, all live in four apartment complexes within Missoula and Billings, both located in Montana. According to the lawsuit, Continue reading “The Indicators of a Good Property Management Company Shouldn’t Surprise You”