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Leader among Northern Virginia Property Management Companies
Northern Virginia Property Management is an essential aspect of maintaining and maximizing the value of your real estate investments. With a rapidly evolving market and ever-changing regulations, it’s crucial to partner with an experienced property manager who can expertly navigate these complexities. With over 35 years of experience, WJD Management has established itself as a leader among Northern Virginia Property Management companies.
Locally, WJD is an industry-leading expert committed to professional market contributions! We are proud of our integral role in chartering the local NARPM chapter in Northern Virginia and work hard to stay active in our industry and local community. As an industry leader in residential property management, WJD has been featured in several publications over the years.
The thing is, most aspiring homeowners don’t need to be convinced that “now is the time to buy.” And most renters don’t really need to be told that their leases give them some time and space to save, build up credit profiles, and shop around. Read more.
What a Property Manager Does in Real Estate— 5 ways they help landlords stay on the right side of the law
“What exactly does a property manager do?” It’s a question I’m often asked by homeowners who are considering becoming landlords — especially at times when home sales are slow. In fact, I’m guessing that at some point one of your clients who is weighing selling versus leasing has asked you what a property manager does. Read more.
Rental property owners often believe that having a home warranty for their rental properties is a smart idea, but that seemingly commonsensical notion is a waste of time and money. Real estate agents should never encourage their investor clients to purchase a home warranty — and here’s why. Read more…
The Fairfax Small Business Excellence selection group has chosen WJD Management for the 2019 Fairfax Small Business Excellence Award in the Local Services category. The Fairfax Small Business Excellence Awards rewards outstanding small businesses that serve their local area. Each year, our selection committee selects companies that we believe have achieved outstanding marketing success in their business category. These are small businesses that enhance the positive image of small businesses through service to their customers and community. Read more…
Published by NOVA NARPM: How Foreign Service Officers Can Find The Best Residential Property Management Company In Northern Virginia
To help provide Foreign Services Officers with the information they need and as part of NOVA NARPM’s informational spotlight series, we recently interviewed David Norod of WJD Management in Fairfax Virginia to help Northern Virginia Foreign Service Officers become better educated about how to find a qualified, professional property management company. Read more…
“What exactly does a property manager do?” It’s a question I’m often asked by homeowners who are considering becoming landlords — especially at times when home sales are slow. In fact, I’m guessing that at some point one of your clients who is weighing selling versus leasing has asked you what a property manager does. Read more…
“My tenants want out of their lease early.” It’s one of the biggest “fear factors” for new landlords — and yet, I’ve found, it’s a problem with a simple solution. Even though a lease is a legally binding financial commitment on the part of the tenant, leases are not always enforced e
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The WJD Difference
WJD Management is the best choice for property management in Northern Virginia because we are the only property management company that specializes exclusively in residential property management. We are the only licensed real estate brokerage in our area that does not have a real estate sales arm. Moreover, because we do not engage in real estate sales, 100 percent of our company’s resources are dedicated to managing the homes in our inventory. It is no secret that the other property management firms in our area typically invest minimal resources for their property managers because they believe the real money is in selling real estate as opposed to managing it. But when sales slump, these firms look to their property management activity to keep their doors open.