When we manage properties, we work with the owners to convert the most crucial systems over to smart technologies such as thermostats, irrigation systems, automated garage openers, door locks and lights. For our clients we who do not wish to modernize we can also accommodate. Each client gets free access to our software suite which allows them full transparent access to every aspect of their home.
We offer full service management of your property, from vacation rentals, year-round rentals, second homes, or primary residents. We handle everything from paying vendors, scheduling service calls, to vetting tenants. What sets us apart from other management companies are two key approaches.
When we manage a property we run monthly analysis on each property to make sure it is operating to its full potential. We are constantly evaluating cost of vendors, doing site visits, as well as monthly upkeep.
Unlike architects we only handle remodeling projects. We specialize in taking older spaces and transforming them into living spaces which our clients love to spend time in. We do not build from scratch and we are very selective with the projects we choose to work with. Most of our projects incorporates 21st century technologies. Each space has a unique character which we make sure to carry through to the newly renovated living space. We focus on three simple factors which help us finish each project with incredible results. These three principals are functionality, original character and movement. Functionality is ensuring there is no portion of the space which is “dead”. Each space has an original character of when it was built and lived in to include location. The original character is why the space is yours and so for the remodel to be successful it must retain elements of the original character. Movement is how a space is used. Over fifty percent of your time is spend in your home. How you move and use your home is one of the most critical aspects of a successful remodel. If the movement is encumbered in anyway the space becomes more of an obstacle rather than a sanctuary.