rental property management columbus, ohio

Trusted Experts to Manage Your Rental Properties

Protect your investment with help from our experienced rental property management team. Our property managers are dedicated to the profitability of your rental by providing constant professional supervision. Get the care that your investment deserves from property managers that help protect your property. We understand the importance of cash flow and ROI for your investment property.

myers real estate offers

Full Service Rental Property Management

We manage a wide range of investment properties from single family homes to apartment communities in Columbus, Ohio. Our experienced staff understands the importance of maintaining a consistent level of quality in the services we provide to our property owners and their tenants. Your assigned property manager will address maintenance concerns to help maintain the value of your rental property and to ensure tenant retention.
Market Your Property

Market Your Property

We assess your rental properties current market rent value, promote your rental property on our website and multiple national websites such as Zillow, Trulia, HotPads, etc. to maximize your rental properties exposure to potential tenants in Columbus, Ohio.

Qualify Tenants

Qualify Tenants

We’ll screen all rental applicants based on their credit history, rental history and criminal background. We’ll collect their employment history and verify their household income to ensure a good income to rent ratio that is manageable.

Property Maintenance

Property Maintenance

As your property manager, we’ll promptly address maintenance needs to ensure your investment property is properly maintained. We also provide 24-hour emergency service.

Financial Reporting

Financial Reporting

We’ll provide monthly financial reports that detail your income and expenses. Reporting is done by individual properties and includes a consolidated report for all properties if you own multiple rental properties.

Don’t Trust Your Investments to Just Anyone

It’s not a secret that rental property managers have a negative reputation. This stereotype is due to the nature of the job. Rental property managers have two types of customers: landlords and tenants. As one can imagine, trying to satisfy both customers, when they often have conflicting opinions, is very tricky. Property managers have a contractual commitment to the landlords, therefore most conflicts arise from enforcing the landlord’s agenda.

Choose a rental property management company with experience to gracefully navigate landlord-tenant relationships. With almost 85 years of experience, Myers Real Estate has seen, handled, and mediated many conflicts and resolutions through the years. Allow us to take control of your rental property, and leave the tenant management to us. It is our mission to build strong personal relationships with our customers, both tenants and landlords, and understanding their respective needs to be proactive in providing reliable solutions.



Step 1

Request a Proposal

Contact us or submit a Management Proposal Request form to get started with a partnership with Myers Real Estate and your rental property. A property manager will contact you to follow up.

Step 2

Evaluate Your Property

Myers Real Estate will schedule a time to tour your rental property to evaluate the condition, value, and address any questions you may have about our management process.

Step 3

Execute the Management Agreement

Once we have determined your investment property needs, we’ll develop a plan of action, processes, and expectations. A management agreement will be drawn up and we’ll begin our partnership together.

Step 4

We'll Take It From Here

No need to worry, Myers Real Estate will handle everything from maintenance and property upkeep to rent collection. We take care of tenant matters and property maintenance.

Imagine Owning an Expansive rental Portfolio – Minus the Stress

You read that right. You can now reap the highly lucrative benefits of rental properties without the equally stressful management and maintenance. With the help of Myers Real Estate, a rental property management company, say goodbye to the inconveniences caused by rental properties: late night emergency calls, tenant quality control, superficial maintenance requests, etc. Release the burden, and let us handle your rental properties for you.

Most investors interested in rental property management think of rental property maintenance as a hobby or side hustle. Many people look forward to taking care of their properties, until they don’t anymore. Eventually, owning properties becomes less of a hobby and more of an investment, especially for a person with a busy agenda. At this point, you may lose that vigorous commitment you had to your property before. Do not stress, still maintain the devotion and commitment to your rental property and its tenants by handing the work to a trusted and experienced rental property manager, like Myers Real Estate.

How do you find tenants to live in the property?

Myers Real Estate has been around for almost 85 years, so we know one or two ways to fill vacancies. We employ a successful marketing strategy to locate and identify prospective tenants for your rental property.

What if I live in a different location than my rental properties?

No worries, you are in the perfect place to engage a rental property manager. It’s impossible for you to manage your properties miles and miles away. To ensure the best care for your property, you need someone close and convenient to respond to maintenance and emergencies.

How is maintenance handled?

We provide a 24-hour emergency maintenance line, so tenants can feel secure in their own central Ohio home.

Is my property a good investment? What makes it a good investment?

Factors to Evaluate the Potential of Your Rental Property

    Location, Location, Location – Location is one of the most important factors when people choose a property, so therefore it is an important factor for your rental property. Take into consideration the community, school, taxes, and crime.
  • Cash – What does your cash flow look like? Does your profit margin make sense for you and your property? Need help with financial advice? Submit a management proposal request.
  • Property Condition – Is your property inhabitable? Does it need some fixing up? It is important to keep in mind how much you might need to set aside to allocate to fixing up the property. Remember, the nicer the place is, the more you can charge for rent.
  • Property Value – Take note of the valuation of the property and its income potential.
  • Market Trends – We live in an ever-changing world and market trends bounce up and down often. Note three factors: future development, job market & average rent. Be aware of all the future developments in the area, the more construction, the more potential and value the property has. New employment opportunities always attract new tenants. Average rent can set a baseline for what you want to set as your rent.
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Andy Myers made purchasing our dream home easy. He went above and beyond to make this transaction smooth! We highly recommend Myers Real Estate!

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Kristina R.

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I highly recommend Andy Myers and his staff at Myers Real Estate. Andy has been very helpful over the years with my real estate needs from helping me buy my first home, to now managing my rental property and eliminating the hassles of being a landlord.

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Rick T.

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Having worked with Myers Real Estate in the past they are a truly professional organization. Whether you are looking for your own place or if you have a property to be managed, Myers can assist you for all your real estate needs!

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Justin B.