- Has an understanding of Missouri landlord/tenant law.
- Knows that they have to be licensed in the state of Missouri AND complies.
- Understands that I am a working REALTOR who works mostly with Kansas City real estate investors and that if they mess me over that will be the end of a lucrative partnership.
Side Note: I even had one dude here in the Kansas City area that works with real estate investors and manages properties. Now, aside from my basic belief that you cannot do both extremely well - maybe somewhat well, or kinda well, but not extremely - he told me, yes told me, that if I referred my investors to him for property management that he would now consider them his customers. And besides, after they worked with him they wouldn't want to work with me, anyway! Seriously? I won't name the guy. But what an ass.Property management in Missouri has been my Achilles heel. Now I won't have to "temporarily" manage these properties for my real estate investor clients. I can, in good conscious, turn them over to a professional property manager.