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There’s a reason we’re the leaders with providing the best property management Royal Oak services. We make owning a rental property hassle-free. In a market where agents offer part-time rental services, we are committed to providing outstanding customer service to property owners and tenants. We help our clients maintain and protect their real estate assets, providing peace of mind property management services.
Whether you need assistance with your rental property for lease, finding a new tenant for a vacant or existing property, or managing your occupied property - we’re the best and we’re here to prove it to you.
When talking with property owners who work with us, they’ll tell you we have “very open channels of communication.”
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What will a Property Manager do for my Royal Oak, Michigan rental property?
· Rental Market Analysis, Rental Evaluation, and City Certification
· Advertising and marketing
· Qualify and Screen Prospective Tenants
· Monitor and Maintain Your Property
· Accounting and Administration
· Legal Representation
· Move-In and Move-Out
· Interactive Website
· Collection and Distribution Options
Discover what NHL Property Management can do for your Royal Oak, Michigan rental property!
We have a lot of experience in the local market. We know what Royal Oak tenants are looking for in a property, and we help owners and landlords prepare, market, and lease their homes to qualified tenants.
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Area Information for Royal Oak, MI
Royal Oak developed as a suburb of Detroit in the early 20th century, following Detroit's booming growth as a result of industrialization and its auto industry.
The Royal Oak Farmers Market opened as a truck market, at the corner of 4th and Troy streets, on October 14, 1925 as a cooperative venture between the then-new City of Royal Oak and Oakland County, Michigan. There were still numerous farmers in the county. The present structure, at the corner of 11 Mile Road and Troy Street, is adjacent to the 44th District Court. It was erected in the spring of 1927 and dedicated July 1 of that year.
The downtown originally had a typical mixture of small-scale retail and trade to serve the city of Royal Oak. With the development of the highway system in the postwar period, it lost business to suburban malls. Since the late 1990s and early 2000s, however, Royal Oak's downtown has developed as an entertainment and nightlife destination. A number of large condominiums and lofts have been built in the area, increasing the density of the downtown population.
Points of interest include the Detroit Zoo, a major regional tourist attraction, the William Beaumont Hospital, the Royal Oak Music Theatre, the Main Art Theatre, the Baldwin Theatre, Mark Ridley's Comedy Castle, Emagine Theater, and shops, cafes, and restaurants. The main offices of Hour Detroit media, which publishes Metro Detroit's lifestyle magazine, are located in the city.
The National Arbor Day Foundation has awarded Royal Oak the distinction of "Tree City USA" every year since 1976 as a result of the city's commitment to tree planting and preservation.