Owning a second or vacation home shouldn’t be stressful. It should be enjoyable and a place you can escape to when the real world becomes too much. Once you own the vacation home, what do you do with it when you are back at home working? You could just leave it and hope for the best. However, the best option is hiring a property management and home watch company to ensure your vacation home stays safe.

  • The Company Should be Certified

If the property management company is not certified, RUN. A company that is not certified and insured could leave you with no protection. It also shows that they are not professionally run.

  • The Company Should Offer a Variety of Services 

Property management and home watch companies should offer many services to make your vacation easy. St. John’s Property Management and Home Watch offers concierge services as well as basic services. Our goal is to give our Park City vacation homeowners the highest quality services at the best prices in the area.

  • Check for Reviews and Accolades

Reviews and accolades can say a lot about a company. If they have great reviews from clients and are part of the Park City Chamber of Commerce, then the company should be great for your needs. If you see no reviews or only bad ones, steer clear. You want a trustworthy company to handle your vacation or second home when you are away.

  • Ensure You Feel Comfortable with the Company

Feeling comfortable with a company is important. You must have a trusting relationship. If you don’t feel the trust, then seek out another property management company. You want a company who can fulfill all your needs.

  • They Should be Able to Answer all Questions Fully

Any property management company should be able to answer your questions without hesitation. If you need a specific need, there should be no question if they can do it or not. The goal of a property management company is to guarantee the clients’ needs are met and that they have a stress-free time when vacationing and feel secure when they leave their home.