Coming Alongside Landlords
Edge is much more than a service provider. When we sign a contract with a property owner, we are committing our expertise, experience and professional integrit. Our reputational stock rises along with the landlord’s brand and fortunes. We are in it together. This is why we offer building owners a wealth of knowledge with which to grow their own financial wealth. First and foremost, Edge conveys an exhaustive familiarity with local and regional real estate markets, their movements, and their major players. Second, we guide owners in their relationships with tenants and vendors, thereby making these relationships stronger and longer lasting. Beyond these advantages, Edge markets properties in a way that draws in prospective tenants and leads them to the lease’s signature line.
Managing Buildings for Optimal Income
Sound management of the property is the foundation of strong returns on investment. Edge takes this principle seriously. By taking a close look at each property’s cash flow, we are scrupulous in applying best accounting practices to budge operation. Beyond efficiency and cost-cutting, Edge reviews each lease carefully to discern what the actual value of each unit should be. Meanwhile, Edge engineers apply their trade to various physical features of the property. After necessary maintenance and repairs, the team works hard to comply with all applicable ordinances and codes. They also sees to issues of energy efficiency and environmental friendliness.
The engineering staff at Edge is also intimately involved in matters of construction and building improvement. They qualify and approve all contractors hired for capital improvements. The staff also sets the timeline for work, OKs the estimates while following up on their accuracy, and greenlights the designs proposed for construction, additions, and remodeling. Investors know that when Edge takes charge of a project, the work is going to be Edge-approved every step of the way. Since the owners foot the bills, their property manager is duty-bound to assure that the bill is honest, reasonable, and comprehensive.