Serrus Real Estate and Property Management, LLC
Clemson Property Management Services
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 and condos in the Serrus area and would welcome the opportunity to talk with you about managing your property as well.
Below are some of the benefits of working with Serrus Real Estate and Property Management, LLC:
- Serrus Associates show property by appointment only- no keys will be checked out, limiting the risk of people returning to the property without authorization.
- Weekly inspections of the home while vacant including complimentary basic cleaning and refreshing.
- Inspection of leased and occupied properties at 90 days, and 6 months after move in.
- Use of Kroll Resident Qualifier software which includes credit report and criminal background check for advanced tenant screenings.
- Associates with 20+ years of hands-on experience in Property Management in the upstate.
- Direct deposit into your account of rental income monthly.
- In-house maintenance staff and preferred vendors can address all repair issues within the personalized guidelines of the management agreement.
- Complete advertising campaign through print media, online resources, and local relationship networking channels such as local board of Realtors.
- Detailed monthly owner statements and year end analysis breakdown by property.
- Year-end reporting and assistance filing 1099 forms with IRS.
Simple Property Management fees:
- No fees while vacant and being marketed
- $250.00 leasing fee (current one-time fee to cover marketing/mileage expenses)
- 10% of monthly rent collected
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Clemson Area Information
Thomas Green Clemson, the university's founder, came to the foothills of South Carolina in 1838, when he married Anna Maria Calhoun, daughter of John C. Calhoun, a South Carolina statesman and seventh U.S. Vice President. When Clemson died on April 6, 1888, he left most of his estate, which he inherited from his wife, in his will to be used to establish a college that would teach scientific agriculture and the mechanical arts to South Carolinians. His decision was largely influenced by future South Carolina Governor Benjamin Tillman. Tillman lobbied the South Carolina General Assembly to create the school as an agricultural institution for the state and the resolution passed by only one vote.
In his will, Clemson explicitly stated that he wanted the school to be modeled after what is now Mississippi State University: "This institution, I desire, to be under the control and management of a board of trustees, a part of whom are hereinafter appointed, and to be modeled after the Agricultural College of Mississippi as far as practicable." Source From Wikipedia