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Loudoun County Property Management

Let Us Manage Your Loudoun County Rental Property

Our Loudoun County Property Management company will handle all of your management needs and maintain your property until you return home or decide to sell. As your property manager, we also oversee the process of securing qualified tenants, arranging maintenance repairs, and providing you with a complete accounting for all income and expenses related to your home. Our goal is to protect your investment. We achieve this by utilizing our years of expertise and experience in the property management and real estate fields.

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We offer two levels of property management services. Our most preferred and comprehensive option is the Turn-Key plan which includes all of the services most often required in the management of a residential property. This is our most highly selected plan for those owners living out of state, out of the country, or those living locally simply desiring as little involvement as possible in the management of their home. The other alternative is our Flat Fee plan which includes several of the same management services. The benefit of the Turn Key plan is that it provides unlimited work orders without a service fee, a discount on leasing and tenant procurement, and free monthly management during times of vacancy in between tenants.

Serving throughout Northern VA and DC

 

“I absolutely trust Eric and his team at Circle PM to take care of my home when my wife and I go away for the winter. The winters can get rough in Loudon County but Eric has always done a great job at keeping our home safe and keeping us updated. We enjoy our time away so much more when we know they’re keeping an eye on things!”
—Chris, Loudon County, VA

Don’t Make These Mistakes with your Rental Property’s Pet Policy in Loudoun County

It’s not always easy to know what the proper protocol is surrounding pets when it comes to your rental property in Loudoun County. Don’t make these mistakes when advertising for tenants or collecting the security deposit!

  1. Don’t say service animals aren’t allowed. You’re legally required to accommodate service animals under the Fair Housing Act (FHA).
  2. Don’t neglect to collect a pet fee. This should be collected along with the security deposit to repair any damage the animals may cause during their stay.
  3. Don’t forget to specify types of animals. You may choose to allow only dogs, or only cats, or only small pets such as rabbits and birds. It’s up to you, or you may allow all!

Whether or not you choose to allow animals as a landlord in Loudoun County is up to you, just remember that service animals are always allowed!


Benefits of using Circle Property Management

  • Tenant Screening
  • Tenant Security Deposits
  • Collections
  • Monthly Reporting
  • Online Owner Portal
  • Property Inspections
  • Maintenance & Repairs
  • Regular Communication
  • Lease Preparation
  • Accounting
  • Tax Forms
  • Electronic Payments
  • Online Tenant Portal
  • Emergencies
  • Maintenance Specials
  • Rent Increases

What We Do As Your Loudoun County Property Manager

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We handle all your accounting as well as records for your property repairs. We supply your financial reporting documents with one easy report to simplify your tax filing. Our easy to use portal is always available to review your account 24/7.

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As your manager we will work hard to preserve your maintenance dollars. We triage every incoming-call to validate the need for service and offer solutions to your tenants so they can make simple repairs on their own. With our soft-touch maintenance reminder program we improve property performance. We use licensed and insured contractors with long term contracts for best pricing.

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We market your property through the MLS and all major web portals. (over 120 websites) We take calls; show your property to perspective tenants and accurately screen your tenants prior to the preparation of the Lease.

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Tenant relations is one of our strengths, we use proprietary software to softly touch your tenants with maintenance reminders, important seasonal reminders as well as tips to keep your property in optimal condition. We also handle all the coordination for repairs and property showings.

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As a licensed real estate broker you can be assured we will properly execute the Lease documents associated with you account. We comply with state and local regulations and perform all the necessary inspections and addendum's.

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As you manager we will enforce the Lease, collect the rent and tackle any challenges to payments or maintenance of your property. In the unlikely event of an eviction, we process the eviction through the courts.


Services Provided by Circle Property Management

  • Condominium Management
  • Townhouse Management
  • Full Service Leasing & Tenant Placement
  • Light Commercial Management
  • Single Family Home Management
  • Quarterly Maintenance Specials
  • Tenant Screening with Background Checks
  • CAM Fee oversight & Management

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Loudoun County Area Information

Loudoun County Property Management

Loudoun County was established in 1757 from Fairfax County. The county is named for John Campbell, Fourth Earl of Loudoun and Governor General of Virginia from 1756–59. Western settlement began in the 1720s and 1730s with Quakers, Scots-Irish, Germans and others moving south from Pennsylvania and Maryland and by English and African slaves moving upriver from Tidewater.

By the time of the American Revolution, it was the most populous county in Virginia. During the War of 1812, important Federal documents and government archives were evacuated from Washington and stored at Leesburg for safe keeping. Local tradition holds that these documents were stored at Rokeby House and thus that Leesburg was briefly the capital of the United States.

Early in the American Civil War, the Battle of Balls Bluff took place near Leesburg on October 21, 1861. Future jurist Oliver Wendell Holmes, Jr. was critically wounded in that battle along the Potomac River. During the Gettysburg Campaign in June 1863, Confederate Major General J.E.B. Stuart and Union cavalry clashed in the battles of Aldie, Middleburg, and Upperville. Confederate partisan John S. Mosby based his operations in Loudoun and adjoining Fauquier County.
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