DIY Landlords! Do you need a hand with emergency maintenance?
For the self-managing or DIY landlord, you never know when you'll need a hand with your rental. Do you want your rental emergencies handled like a pro? Do you want to avoid costly emergency mistakes?
MANAGE MAGIC PUTS YOU IN THE DRIVER'S SEAT.
When it comes to protecting your investment property (and fulfilling your continuing legal obligation to provide habitable premises in California per [Civil Code Secs. 1929, 1941]* ), we have a new solution for you!
From fixing the heat in the middle of winter break, to cleaning up a midnight flood on the lower floor, with our “Professional Protection Package”, you have options for the emergency help you need as a landlord. With our toll-free Emergency Maintenance Hotline, your tenants can request help right away, on demand and available 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.
For just $69.95/month per property, Manage Magic will:
· Provide Freedom from Emergency Maintenance Calls
· Perform 24/7 Emergency Maintenance Coordination
· Triage All Calls
· Provide Detailed Troubleshooting for Tenants
· Dispatch Qualified, Insured Emergency Vendors from Our Network
· Work with Home Warranties
· Provide Tenant Follow Up Until Complete
· Provide Detailed Follow-Up Report to Landlord
· Route Non-Emergency Calls Back to Landlord (via Email)
· Fire (or potential threat thereof)
· Free flowing water that cannot be stopped
· Sewer backup
· No heat in the winter
· No AC during 90+ degree temperatures
· No hot water
· Not having at least one useable toilet in the house
· Significant water intrusion causing damage to Property
· Mold, lead or asbestos claim from Tenant(s) requiring immediate action to protect Habitability
· Immediate or suspected urgent threat to Habitability of Property
Contact us today for more information, or visit https://foundationrentals.wufoo.com/forms/tell-me-more-about-manage-magic/
Multi-unit discounts available; please inquire.
*In California a landlord is required to provide a safe living environment for the tenants and the law has been established under the California Civil Code. The failure of a landlord to provide such conditions can lead to violation of the law and impose civil and, at times, even criminal liability upon the landlord.