Landseer Management has more than 30 years of market and industry experience to call on. This vast industry and market knowledge helps to maximize rental proceeds, minimize annual operating costs, and find good responsible tenants.
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This is our most comprehensive service providing our owners with the most value. Our full-service Santa Fe property management includes:
This service is for the real estate investor who will oversee the ongoing management of the property after tenant has been secured. We will provide:
Landseer Management is Proud to be on the cutting edge, offering full service, in-house maintenance. We have a licensed contractor and plumber on staff (GB-2, GB-98, and MM-1). Landseer has developed a preventative maintenance program with inspections and checklists to give our owners detailed information on the condition of their home its systems. These inspections include itemized detail and repair estimates for all deficient items in the home. These inspections will help the owner to develop a maintenance schedule to catch up on deferred maintenance and maintain quality over time.
This service is tailored to the owner/manager similar to our lease only services. Owners can contract with our maintenance depart and have on call maintenance available for themselves or if they prefer for their tenants can also call us directly. We can customize your plan to be specific to certain types of issues (plumbing emergencies, no heat, roof leaks, etc.) and to not exceed a certain cost without additional owner approval. This service is also great for the owner/manager operating a vacation rental in the Santa Fe, Taos, Los Alamos and White Rock areas.
The Taos Pueblo, which borders the town of Taos on its north side, has been occupied for nearly a millennium. It is estimated that the pueblo was built between 1000 and 1450 A.D., with some later expansion, and the pueblo is considered to be one of the oldest continuously inhabited communities in the United States.
Located in a tributary valley off the Rio Grande, it is the most northern of the New Mexico pueblos. The pueblo, at some places five stories high, is a combination of many individual homes with common walls. There are over 1,900 Taos Puebloans living within the greater pueblo-area community. Many of them have modern homes near their fields and live there in summer months, only staying at their homes within the main North or South pueblo buildings during cooler weather. About 150 people live within the main pueblo buildings year-round. The Taos Pueblo was added as a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1992.
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