Media Property Management
Del Val has developed our exclusive 4-Step LeaseUP! Program to get your property rented as quickly as possible including advertising on 100’s of websites, 3D videos, professional-quality photos and videos, extensive knowledge of keywords and how to get your property found on internet searches, and personally showing the property with our leasing agents.
Del Val will manage your property and tenants including collecting rent, paying bills and bookkeeping services, year-end tax and financial records, handling tenant calls and complaints, working through any tenant disputes, coordinating and performing maintenance, making sure you are in compliance with city rules and regulations, move-in and move-out inspections and much more.
Del Val does offer several different maintenance options including using our in-house maintenance staff in combination with outside vendors. In some cases, owners can perform their own maintenance or work with their own contractors. We also, in some cases, recommend purchasing a home warranty program to protect all your major appliances and systems. We can discuss which option best fits your needs.
Rent Collection Systems
Del Val uses aggressive rent collection strategies which include email reminders, certified letters, and phone calls, and, if no payments, ultimately we take tenant(s) to court. Tenants have two options – pay rent or are removed from the property!
The Owner Benefit Package
The Owner Benefit Package™ is an innovative suite of solutions that delivers consistency, stability, and insights to rental property owners. Providing property owners with guaranteed rental income.
The borough of Media is the county seat of Delaware County, Pennsylvania and is located 13 miles (21 km) west of Philadelphia. Media was incorporated in 1850 at the same time that it was named the county seat. The population was 5,327 at the 2010 census down from 5,533 at the 2000 census. Its school district is the Rose Tree Media School District with Penncrest High School and Springton Lake Middle School. In June 2006, it became the first fair trade town in America. The history of the area goes back to William Penn, but the area remained predominantly rural until the twentieth century. The Delaware County Institute of Science was founded in Media in 1833, while the Pennsylvania Institute of Technology, a two-year technical college; Williamson College of the Trades , a three-year technical college; and Delaware County Community College, a two-year liberal arts college, are located nearby. Media promotes itself as "Everybody's Hometown". Source: Wikipedia