Professional care and personal service for the property of a homeowner on corporate assignment.
We provide personal service for employees away on work assignments who receive home management as part of their mobility support services. Our Home Management Services offer the comfort and assurance that a family’s home is professionally maintained and cared for in their absence, whether the property is rented or left vacant. Services include tenancy and rental management and full property upkeep and care.
How does this service work?
When an employee is asked to relocate, what happens if they choose (or are asked) not to sell their home? One option is to have the property placed in our Home Management program. Every family’s situation is personal, so we have several programs to help manage the home while the employee and family are away. Whether renting out the home or professionally managing the property as unoccupied, our Home Management team seamlessly coordinates service and provides peace of mind for the long-distance homeowner.
Peace of mind on assignment and a true ‘welcome home’ on return.
Home Management seems simple enough…after all, a relocating employee could take care of their home while on assignment, right? But what if the pipes burst? Who will find a lawn service to keep the yard maintained year round? What about the needs and concerns of tenants? These questions highlight the need for a service that guarantees an employee on assignment the most valuable benefit: peace of mind that their home is safe and secure.
We know how to get the job done.
Homeowners and their employers feel confident knowing that their properties are being managed by the most knowledgeable and experienced team in the industry. Our goal is to ensure a home is not just taken care of, but that the homeowner has a trusted voice and advocate in their Dwellworks Home Manager.
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The most important topic a homeowner must understand in Home Management is the difference between ‘vacant/unoccupied’ and ‘tenant occupied’ services. In a tenant-occupied scenario, the tenant is typically the first line of communication with our team regarding property concerns. For vacant properties, we organize a weekly visit and report by a local field agent to check on the condition of the property and communicate with our in house team. Each service is unique and individual employers may prefer one option over another, so be sure to review your policy or ask your HR team before entering a program.
“One of the most important elements of this exceptional management was directly credited to continued communication and a willingness to maintain open discussions regarding questions, concerns and working through problems.”Home Management Customer
We manage over 600 properties across the U.S. with a 94% customer satisfaction rating.
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