Dayton Property Management
Let us manage your Dayton rental property
We offer a full range of property management services tailored to you as an investor, homeowner, or landlord. We have an extensive portfolio of single family homes, townhouses, condos, student housing and apartments in the Dayton and Rockingham County area.
Benefits of using Riner Rentals
- No hassle management
- Automated owner statements and direct deposit
- Industry leading marketing tools and integrated website
- 24/7 maintenance request handling, as needed
- Prompt Response to Tenant Requests
- Reduced vacancy rates
- Reduced time on market
- Industry specific, local knowledge and experience
- Flexible Management Options for Property Owners
What we do as your Dayton or Rockingham County property manager:
- Fill vacancies as quickly as possible
- Advertise your rental
- Handle tenant inquiries
- Qualify Prospective Tenants
- Application processing
- Lease signing
- Full service repair, as needed
- Rent collection
- Handle Tenant excuses
- Evictions and collections
Inquire About Our Services
- A flat percentage of rents collected at the rental property are taken by Riner Rentals as commission, and can vary depending on the type, location, and number of properties you would like for us to handle on your behalf
- Charge to re-key (if possible) or change locks to the Riner Rentals master. This is so that in case of emergency, our staff will have access to the property without having to first retrieve keys from our main office.
- No commission collected unless your rental property is leased and the tenant pays rent. If we don’t collect rent, we don't collect any commissions. It's one way that we can assure you we will do all that we can to lease your property in the shortest amount of time possible and to the most qualified tenant possible
- No Leasing Fees
- No Renewal Fees
- “If YOU don’t get paid, WE don’t get paid.”
Any maintenance request that is the responsibility of the owner and under a specified amount will be taken care of by Riner Rentals’ contractors and billed to the owner on the next monthly statement. For any maintenance request that is above an agreed upon amount, Riner Rentals will contact the owner to inquire as to what action will be taken. Any charges that are the responsibility of the tenant will be billed to them for payment as soon as an invoice is received. If an owner does have maintenance personnel that they would prefer to be called, we can certainly do so as directed. All maintenance bills will be passed along to the property owner from the contractor without markup or administration fees. You pay what the contractor charges us and nothing more. (We also are equipped to offer property owners the opportunity to handle maintenance requests personally if desired)
Riner Rentals will market the property both on our website (Rinerrentals.com) and our in-office rental list free of charge. Owners may advertise in the Daily News Record for a business bulk rate, to be determined based upon going rate and number of days per week of advertising desired. This is certainly neither necessary nor required, but is at the sole decision of the property owner. We are also happy to work with our owners to customize any marketing plan for your property as needed or desired.
Riner Rentals will take care of the following duties related to the property:+
- Showing the property for rent
- All lease paperwork, lease applications, appointments, and questions that may arise when dealing with the tenant
- Take all phone calls concerning the property and respond 24-hours a day in case of emergency.
- Take in all rental payments, write all receipts, and deal with all tenant issues concerning the property
- Remit to owner, by the 20th of every month, a check with rental income to the owner, as well as an itemized report explaining all collections, charges, and deductions on a monthly basis
- Provide owner with tax statements at the end of the year
- Answer questions as they arise from the property owner
- Represent the owner in court proceedings, including filing of any necessary paperwork with the court system and follow up filings to collect, if necessary
- Using Our Experience: We have been serving the Harrisonburg and Rockingham County area of Virginia for 15 years, and have more than 25 years of experience managing properties in the same areas.
- Through the Commitment of Our Staff: By marketing your rental property to minimize vacancies and maximize income. We know the local Harrisonburg and Rockingham County rental market, what comparable properties are renting for, and what potential renters are willing to pay for each unique rental property. We have the marketing know-how to reach potential renters through a variety of methods and have the experience and resources to help eliminate potential bad tenant experiences.
- With Consistent Hard Work on Our Owner’s Behalf: Fill vacancies with screened and approved possible tenants - We handle and coordinate routine repairs as well as emergency repairs, lockouts, etc.
- By Managing Your Financial Responsibilities as an Owner: Track income and expenses to determine profitability.
- By Managing your Risk and Liability: Negotiate rental agreements; Collect rent and track tenant deposits; Comply with federal, state and local laws (VRLTA, Fair Housing, etc); and respond to tenant requests and deal with any tenant issue that may arise.
Dayton Area Information
The town of Dayton is one of the oldest settled communities in Rockingham County, and is the county's second oldest incorporated town, after Bridgewater. The first settler in Dayton was Daniel Harrison (c. 1702-1770), whose family settled along Cooks Creek, north of downtown. Daniel was the brother of Thomas Harrison, founder of Harrisonburg. The two-story stone house has been owned and maintained since 1977 by a private, non-profit organization, Fort Harrison, Inc. The town was known as Rifeville or Rifetown until 1833.
Shenandoah University has its roots in Dayton, when it was known as the Shenandoah College and Conservatory of Music. The college was organized in 1875 under the leadership of Rev. A.P. Funkhouser. This was a major institution in Dayton until 1960, when it moved to Winchester. College Street was named after the school and many of the street's buildings served as part of the campus.
The Dayton Historic District, Daniel Harrison House, and Peter Paul House are listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Source From Wikipedia