Property Management

With a combined experience of over 30 years in property management, our team work closely with owners to understand and respond to their unique needs and concerns. We know that the best way to maintain high occupancy rates is by having strong, positive lines of communication with tenants, and in turn, to provide this essential information to owners and advise a course of action.

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The Reeves Team has experience managing single-family, detached, town homes, and condos throughout the Raleigh, Wilson, Johnston and Franklin County areas.

The Reeves Team is knowledgeable, prompt, and employs insured maintenance staff with over 19 years of experience.

The Reeves Team responses immediately to emergency maintenance requests.

The Reeves Team shows available properties by appointment only.

The Reeves Team makes sure potential tenants are screened for credit worthiness, criminal background, income and rental reference verification.

Contact The Reeves Team today to discuss how we can help you!

Quick Tips:

Start on the Outside

Create curb appeal

Drive up to your property and ask yourself, how does it really look? Are there any hanging shutters or missing shingles? Is your siding dirty or in need of new paint? Is your garage door dented? Potential tenants need to be impressed by your property's exterior or they may not even step inside!

Welcome potential tenants inside

Make your property as inviting to potential tenants as possible. Ensure all walkways are clear of leaves, snow, and ice. Spend some time on your front porch, perhaps painting your door, replacing the numbers, or adding a welcome mat or outdoor chair.

Work the landscaping

Make sure your property looks beautiful! Mow the lawn, trim the hedges and any overhanging branches, and clear any fallen sticks or leaves from the grass. If the season is right, you might consider planting some bright flowers or even adding some decorative fencing.

Do a Little Decoration


The first step to staging is to tone down your personal decorations a bit. The goal is to make it easy for potential tenants to visualize their lives, belongings, and decorations at your property. To do that, you've got to remove all your personal touches, like bright or bold colors, family photos, and other unique decor. Keep colors and themes simple and neutral.

Lighten up... your rooms

A little light can go a long way to making rooms seem bigger and, well, brighter. Not too many potential tenants are looking for a dark, depressing home. Open as many windows as possible to let in the natural light. You may consider upping wattage in rooms that don't get a lot of sunlight, or perhaps adding more lights.

Add some seasonal decor

Spring and summer are easy times to decorate—all you've got to do is bring in some fresh blooms for an added splash of color. Holidays can be quite successful, too, as long as you remember to keep any and all decor neutral and simple. Light potpourri or soft-scented candles can also add some inviting aromas.

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