Property Management

For most, the decision to use a professional property manager is a simple cost/benefit equation.  When you consider what you get in return—an essentially worry free management of your investment, the decision to employ a professional property management team is essential for property owners.

Swadley Development manages everything from multi-family units, commercial property to single family residences . Our services are designed for the property owner looking for complete property care. We have options on levels of service to protect and manage your real estate investment.

Property Care and Maintenance

Our property maintenance services include, but are not limited to:

  • Regular scheduled check-ins to ensure that your home or property are secure and functioning properly in your seasonal or long-term absence.
  • Coordinate any improvements to your property that you need.
  • Provide the “as needed” maintenance of your property to include the following services: lawn care, snow removal, irrigation system maintenance, and seasonal maintenance checklists.
  • Resolve any ongoing maintenance problems on your property. We are Licensed Residential Builders and can provide many professional services and solutions.
  • Recommend long-term preventative maintenance.

Commercial and Residential Tenant Management

In addition to finding good tenants, we can manage all aspects of the tenant-landlord relationship. Both financial administration and tenant relations are offered

Commercial and Residential Tenant Management is a good choice for owners and investors who understand what is needed to ensure a profitable investment. At Swadley Development, we have the proven expertise to make the business of commercial and residential property ownership profitable and sustainable.

  • Collecting and depositing monthly rent payments on time
  • Marketing and advertising your property
  • Managing tenants and protection of property
  • Managing vendor relationships
  • Guiding your compliance of housing regulations and property laws


Home Owners Association Management


  • Maintain regular communication with the Board and Association Members
  • Implement rules and guidelines set by the Association
  • Work in compliance with state and national laws
  • Maintain files for Association and for each unit

Financial Management

  • Send invoices, collect and deposit Association dues
  • Receive invoices and bills from Vendors, pay bills
  • Create monthly and annual financial statements
  • Work with CPA on all tax filings and forms
  • Communicate with Insurance Company and process claims

Facilities Management

  • Negotiate contracts with Vendors
  • Monitor and communicate with Vendors
  • Help create long-range capital plan