Our property managers also serve condominium associations by collaborating with the Board of Directors to create a thriving residential community. Functions of a condo property manager include day-to-day building management, setting and enforcing bylaws, facilitating long-range strategic planning, and recommending ways to increase property value.
– Multiple Listing Service (MLS) – Your property will appear in the MLS, an online database that makes your unit visible to all realtors.
– Internet – Your listing will appear on at least 10 real estate web sites.
– Referrals – As seasoned property managers and real estate agents, we have a large network of colleagues with whom we share information to publicize available units.
– Pre-Rental Property Check – Prior to listing your unit, we will visit the property to make sure it is clean and will present well to prospective tenants.
– Appropriate Pricing – We use our extensive experience and a competitive market analysis to price your property appropriately. This helps to ensure you get the showing traffic you deserve and will aid in renting your property more quickly.
City Habitat Properties offers 24-hour emergency maintenance service and completes all non-emergency requests as promptly as possible. Tenants may submit maintenance requests online through our tenant portal or via the phone.
If you are resident and have a maintenance request, please follow the instructions below:
Non-emergency – Please log on to the tenant portal (rental buildings) or association website (condo properties) and complete the maintenance request form, or call 773-856-0707.
Emergency maintenance – Please call 773-856-0707. If your request is after hours, our 24-hour answering service will assist you. City Habitat reserves the right to enter a unit without prior notice if an emergency poses immediate risk to other units.