Online payments are made through your Owner Portal

*If you don’t have an Owner Portal, please contact the Firebird Housing Accounting Department at  480-633-1993 Ext. 119.

 

Payments can also be made via mail or in person to the Firebird Housing Office:

Firebird Housing Specialists

2141 E. Pecos Rd, Suite A

Chandler, AZ 85225

Hours of Operation:  MondayFriday 9AM to 5PM

Owners FAQ’s

Firebird Housing knows that in order for a property to be effectively cared for, each property needs consistent attention through quarterly inspections.  During these quarterly inspections, the Firebird inspector creates an easy to understand report on the condition of the property.  The report contains photos of both the interior and exterior of the property.  When needed, the inspector will change the A/C filter(s) to ensure that the A/C unit is being properly cared for.  Upon completion of the inspection, this informative report along with the photos taken are turned over to a Firebird Housing property manager.  The information is reviewed and documented in the owner’s property file and the report and photos are sent to the owner by email to keep them updated on the condition of their property.  We encourage each of our owners to utilize this invaluable quarterly service as the owner has the option to choose how often they want inspections on their property.  There is a minimal charge of $75 per inspection.  Many owners, unfortunately, choose to only have their property inspected twice a year.  This has proven to be a mistake for some, as we have seen the financial savings and benefits to the owners that have their properties inspected each quarter.  The savings to an owner at the time of their resident’s move-out offers a cleaner property and far less damage than those that are inspected only once or twice a year.  PLEASE BE AWARE of property management companies who promise inspections however don’t have it in their management agreement.  They often leave this detail out which offers them a loophole that will keep them from being held liable when inspections aren’t performed.  We are the only management company in the valley, to our knowledge, who offers quarterly inspections and has them as a part of the management agreement.

The Arizona real estate market is one of the best investment opportunities available in the country.  If you hold income-producing property, whether for appreciation or cash flow purposes, managing those properties either locally or from a distant location can quickly become a burden.  Tenants today are more demanding and expect a property to be well cared for and “kept up”.  Landlord and tenant laws provide for your residents to be compensated when owners aren’t compliant.  However, landlords also have protection from the same laws.  We have found that owners often reach a point of frustration and end up giving up their rights in an attempt to end conflict with their tenant.   Just as a doctor knows how to address or ‘fix’ a situation based on training and past experience, a professional property manager has the training and experience to solve problems such as this one on a daily basis.  A wise investor spends his energy and efforts building their portfolio and leaves the managing of their investments to a specialists who uses their experience and expertise to make their portfolio a success.  The right team of management professionals will offer full service management which can be molded to meet an investor’s specific needs if desired.  Firebird Housing offers the full service management of unfurnished residential and commercial properties such as single family homes, apartments, townhomes, condominiums, storage facilities, and other commercial properties in all parts of the Greater Phoenix Arizona Metro Area.  We are licensed Property Management Specialists with over 80 years of combined experience.  We started our company and training as investors with our own income producing properties.  Over the decades, we have been on both sides of property management and understand fully the requirements of each party involved.   We realize that there are several Arizona Property Management companies to choose from and we want to sincerely thank you for making Firebird Housing your choice.

Firebird Housing offers a couple of options that are low and work with almost any budget.  Owners can choose a percentage based monthly fee that offers our all inclusive management services, or they can choose  a molded and personalized management structure of services which is also paid monthly.

This is one of the biggest fears for an owner.  Firebird Housing puts all of our applicants through an extensive verification process which includes credit checks, background checks, employment checks, and rental history verification.  Our team looks into anything that stands out as questionable.  This is very important part of the process, because by placing the most qualified tenant in your property, your chances of having the property returned in poor condition are greatly minimized.  Over the years we have found that for the most part, people who have good credit tend to apply the same responsibility to the other areas of their lives which provides for a better chance that your property will be cared for.  We would like to stress again the impact that quarterly inspections has in helping with preventative damages.

Rent on all properties is due on the 1st day of the month.  Once Firebird Housing receives the rent from your tenant, the management fee is deducted and if applicable, any balance due for maintenance that was owner approved and performed during that particular month.  All remaining rent is direct deposited into the owner’s personal bank account, which is usually around the 8th of the month.  The owner will also have access at this time to their updated statement and report through their online account for their review.

Yes, we ask that you leave $400 in your property management account for any general repairs that might be needed while your property is occupied.  When your property is approaching vacancy, we request that our owners increase their balance in their reserve, to ensure the coverage of the costs associated with a typical turnover.

Depending on the repair and the cost associated and/or the emergency of the need behind it, the management agreement states that the owner is contacted for all repairs that may exceed $400 in cost.  However, Firebird Housing has made it our practice to contact the owner for all repairs and associated costs no matter how big or small.  Although our maintenance company coordinates these repair requests that are received, it is important that owners understand that they are more than welcome to have a friend or even perform the repair on the property themselves to same money if they so desire.

The owners never sign the lease.  Your Management Agreement with Firebird Housing authorizes us to sign a lease on your behalf.  A typical lease is for the length of one year minimum, unless an owner specifically requests another length of time.  The industry standard is one year.

The Firebird Housing management agreement is based on a one year and typically follows the term of the property lease agreement.  If a situation arises and you should need to cancel your management agreement, the ideal time for that would be when the property is coming up on a vacancy.  Management Agreements are meant to renew automatically, on an annual basis.  You will receive a renewal letter alerting you that renewal is approaching.  Firebird Housing is prepared to be your property manager for as long as you choose to use your investment property as a cash flow tool.

Firebird Housing utilizes several different marketing resources.  Some of which include the MLS (Multiple Listing Service), Yahoo, MyNewPlace.com, PropertyNut.com, Google, Homerentals.net, Craigslist, Rentals.com, Corporate Housing, Postlets, Rentals .com, Hotpads, Firebird Housing Signage at the property, Realtors in the Industry, and hundreds of other websites.  Firebird Housing is complimented by a full service real estate sales brokerage.  We have the unique opportunity to provide rentals for those clients of theirs who are in need of a rental while they await their future purchase.

Firebird Housing can absolutely represent you in the selling your property.  We are licensed Real Estate agents.  We would be more than happy to provide you with a Comparable Market Analysis on your property.  If another Real Estate Agent referred you to Firebird Housing, we feel it is important to allow the referring agent an opportunity to sell your home for you.  Of course if there isn’t a referring agent, we are more than happy to help!

Given the Real Estate market today and the appreciation that the Phoenix area has been experiencing, we feel that adding an investment property to your investment portfolio is a very smart move.  Being as we are investors ourselves, we have found over the years that our investment properties have provided consistent growth with a limited liability.  However, as any investor knows, your investments require  specialized management which we feel is equally as important as finding the right property.  We have attempted to answer some of the most common questions people have regarding the matter without getting too lengthy.  Firebird Housing’s 30 years plus of experience in property management will give you an advantage over other investors.  The following questions are addressing our suggestions and advice.  Thank you in advance for your interest in learning some tips from our years of investing experience.

Firebird Housing has licensed Real Estate agents who specialize in working with investment buyers and in conjunction with their property management knowledge and experience.  With their specialized skill sets, our agents assist you in selecting a property that make the most of your investment funds as well as manage the investment property for you.  Firebird Housing also provides other services at an owner’s request such as selecting the best decor, being available to attend the final inspections on your new properties, which isn’t something that most do.  Call your Firebird Housing Agent to start your investment dollars actively working for you.

Since the considerable fluctuation in home values, property taxes have varied.  You should contact the County Assessor to view more precise numbers on this.

We have found that valleywide shares a pretty strong market.  Firebird Housing is here to assist you in your decision and will provide the most current information available on any particular area of interest.  Our Corporate office is located in Chandler.  We are more than willing to meet with you so feel free to give us a call!

In most cases, people in general like to live near jobs, transportation, and in good school districts.  The Greater Phoenix Metro Area fortunately has a very large number of expanding communities which cause our investment dollars to grow along with them.  Our Property Management Agents can assist you in locating quality neighborhoods in any given area that has shown continued growth.  When considering purchasing a rental investment property in the Phoenix area, please contact us prior, and the Firebird Housing Property Management team will go to work finding your next Arizona rental property.

Tenants generally want a clean quality home located in a good neighborhood.  We find the 3-4 bedroom properties with a square footage between 1500 and 1900 in size are most popular.  Amenities like window treatments, ceiling fans, some grass within the landscape, automatic sprinklers and drippers, some shrubs and vegetation,  and tile flooring.  Properties with these features tend to least more quickly.

Firebird Housing sees maintaining your property and its investment value as a priority.  For this very reason we created Landmark Maintenance Services.  Any and all maintenance or service needed on your property can be taken care of by Landmark’s crew of technicians and contractors.  If you prefer a specific vendor for certain repairs that you would like us to use, we are more than happy to do so.  Some owners want to utilize home warranty companies, and some don’t.  It is at the discretion of each owner.  Keep in mind that these service contracts can be greatly benefit an owner and keep a property’s maintenance costs stable and manageable.  Warranty Contracts are often included when an existing property is purchased, or can be purchased directly through a home warranty company.  You are welcome to go to Landmark Maintenance’s website atwww.repairarizona.com to check them out.

Once a tenant moves into a property they are responsible for the maintaining of the yard work, for the pest control, changing of air filters and light bulbs, toilet stoppers, etc. as stated in their lease agreement.  However, some owners choose to hire a landscape crew at their own expense or to schedule quarterly service to ensure the landscape remains in good condition.  The Firebird Housing lease agreement contains a nuisance clause which indicates that a tenant is responsible for maintenance that can reasonably be taken care of themselves.  We are in the process of posting some DIY videos to assist the tenants with these fixes.  The owner of the property is responsible for all maintenance costs on the unless one of the following situations applies:

1. The tenant causes the property damage due to neglect or

2. The cost of a needed repair is under $75.  The Firebird Housing lease indicates that the tenant is responsible for ALL minor repairs as listed above. This clause if included to encourage our residents to take care of the smaller fixes at a property. We encourage each of our tenants to be more than a resident in your rental property, and to become caregivers of your property.

Firebird Housing knows that in order for a property to be effectively cared for, each property needs consistent attention through quarterly inspections.  During these quarterly inspections, the Firebird inspector creates an easy to understand report on the condition of the property.  The report contains photos of both the interior and exterior of the property.  When needed, the inspector will change the A/C filter(s) to ensure that the A/C unit is being properly cared for.  Upon completion of the inspection, this informative report along with the photos taken are turned over to a Firebird Housing property manager.  The information is reviewed and documented in the owner’s property file and the report and photos are sent to the owner by email to keep them updated on the condition of their property.  We encourage each of our owners to utilize this invaluable quarterly service as the owner has the option to choose how often they want inspections on their property.  There is a minimal charge of $75 per inspection.  Many owners, unfortunately, choose to only have their property inspected twice a year.  This has proven to be a mistake for some, as we have seen the financial savings and benefits to the owners that have their properties inspected each quarter.  The savings to an owner at the time of their resident’s move-out offers a cleaner property and far less damage than those that are inspected only once or twice a year.  PLEASE BE AWARE of property management companies who promise inspections however don’t have it in their management agreement.  They often leave this detail out which offers them a loophole that will keep them from being held liable when inspections aren’t performed.  We are the only management company in the valley, to our knowledge, who offers quarterly inspections and has them as a part of the management agreement.

The vacancy rates on properties can vary quite a bit depending on the property’s amenities, the property condition, and the rent pricing.  The Firebird Housing experts will help you choose the most effective rent amount to effectively market your property.  Our specialized leasing staff then goes to work to find the most qualified tenant for your property as soon as possible.

1. Call the Firebird Housing office and set an appointment with the intake coordinator to have a walk through of the property with you to determine rent ability and the monthly rental rate for the location and property.

2. Thoroughly read over and complete the Firebird Housing Property Management Agreement.

3. Make arrangements with the Firebird Housing Staff for keys, remotes etc. to either be delivered to the Firebird office or a Firebird Housing Property Manager will happily meet you at your property to get them.

4. Determining a rent ready date so the leasing can start is important!

5. Your property will need to be professionally cleaned and ‘made ready’ to rent as soon as your tenant has vacated. Owners can choose to have the Firebird Housing team make arrangements for lawn or pool service while the property is vacant between tenants or for any length of time.

The cost for having a property professionally cleaned ranges on average from $225-$250 and about the same cost to have the carpets cleaned professionally.  You are welcome to get quotes from cleaning companies, however they oftentimes charge a service fee to bid a project and any service charges that are charged will be the owner’s responsibility.

Every city has a tax that is applied to any rents received.  The rental tax is added to their monthly rent amount.

Owners receive a 1099 at the end of the year which includes a breakdown of their Profit and Loss on their account.

Firebird Housing uses lockboxes, licensed Realtors, as well as a Specific Leasing Division in our office.  Firebird Housing has a leasing division, in order to maximize our showings and leasing effectiveness.  This division is available 7 days per week.  These licensed real estate agents receive the rental requests and show prospective tenants your property as often as is needed to place a qualified tenant.  The agents use the secure lockboxes that are placed at each property to gain access and show your secured property.

If a resident causes a violation of the Rules of the Association, Firebird Housing requests that the owner fax the violation to the Firebird Housing office immediately. Once Firebird receives it, we contact the resident and send them a copy of the notice along with a letter that explains the steps that need to be taken to remedy the violation. Depending on the type of violation, Firebird Housing will inspect the property to verify that the violation has been remedied. If a second violation occurs, and the property owner receives a fine from the HOA, the resident will be billed on their account for the violation. Please Note: The owner will be responsible for paying the violation fee to the HOA so a lien is not placed against the home by the HOA for non-payment. If a resident fails to reimburse the property owner for the violation fee, then the fee will documented and will be deducted from the tenant’s security deposit at time of move-out.

Yes you are.  All rental property MUST be registered with the Maricopa County Assessor’s Office. Firebird Housing will contact the State and update your file with them and notify the owner that your property is officially registered as a rental property.  An owner should always double check any and all paperwork from the County Assessor’s Office to ensure that the property remains categorized as a Rental Property.

Firebird Housing reserve the right to use discretion regarding contracting the management of properties.  Please Don’t hesitate to call as we will be happy to perform an inspection of your property to see if a particular property qualifies. Several factors must be considered in such a decision. The condition and a safe location of a property being a primary concern.

Unfortunately you cannot require a resident to carry renters insurance.  The Firebird Housing lease does recommend that residents insure their personal belongings as they wouldn’t be covered under an owner’s policy and owners aren’t liable.

Absolutely! Firebird Housing can take over the management of your property in Arizona at any time. Unless the lease is they are under is on a month to month basis, the current lease would remain exactly the same. If the current lease is on a month to month basis, we advise you to change your current lease to a Firebird Housing lease. There is typically a small administrative charge to open and set up your management account.

We have found that appliances are often the deciding factor for tenants when choosing a rental in today’s ever changing rental market.  When  you decide to put your property under management services, we highly recommend and encourage owners to include all appliances, namely a refrigerator, and a washer and dryer.  We have also found that this minimal investment in appliances will make your rental property more desirable and rent much more quickly.  If you would like assistance in what to purchase or would like to purchase appliances at a discounted rate, the Firebird Housing Specialists can assist you.

Firebird Housing follows the local fire department code which allows 2 occupants per bedroom.

Firebird Housing has specifically stated in our lease that NO pets or smoking is allowed in the properties, unless otherwise specifically approved by a property owner.  If you find yourself debating about allowing pets or smoking, we strongly suggest that you not allow them, however it should also be understood by owners that in today’s market and renters demographic, allowing a pet certainly opens the door to a larger tenant prospect pool. Pets usually require an extra $20 per month per pet for pet rent if they are approved.  There is an exception however, If a tenant required an assistive animal due to a tenant’s legal disability then a property owner MUST allow the assistive animal to reside at the property with no extra deposits required. By Federal Law any assistive animal, is considered another human not a pet.

The resident typically pays for all utilities during their occupancy.  If the property is coming up on a vacancy period (between residents for example), the Firebird Housing team puts the utilities under our name to ensure the utilities remain ‘ON’ at all times.  Keeping them on allows for proper upkeep of landscape and pool as well as assisting in the showings of your property.  Your Arizona rental property should remain in the best condition possible so it will attract qualified tenants.

An owner of a property gets ALL important paperwork related to their property, including the lease and any maintenance bills.  For the owner’s convenience, we scan and upload all of these items to our Property Management Program, Appfolio, which gives the owner access to view their entire account 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year online.

‘Googling’ the Arizona Landlord Tenant Act is the quickest way.

Swimming pools are in HIGH demand during the summer and if it is within your budget we would encourage you to have one, as an investor.  Firebird Housing requires that ALL of it’s owners have an initial Inspection completed on Pool Safety and Swimming Pool barriers.  The fee for this mandatory inspection is $30 (price is subject to change).  We also encourage ALL of our owners to have an Annual Inspection performed on your Pool safety and swimming pool barriers.  Firebird Housing stresses the importance of having residents notify us immediately if any pool equipment or safety barriers fail during their residence at the property.  We supply all of the necessary information and appropriate documents as is required by the State of Arizona  regarding pool safety and swimming.  This information is given to every resident in their resident lease folder packet.  For pool safety tips you can the visit AAP Pool Safety for Children website.

HOA fees are paid for by the owner of the property. The tenant should never have the responsibility for this commitment. The tenant however, is responsible for all HOA violations.  For example: trash cans being left-out, lack of weed control, incorrect parking of vehicles, etc. If a tenant receives a fine, the fine will be deposited into the owner’s property management account and the tenant will be billed for the violation fee through Firebird Housing.

We have all heard the unfortunate horror stories about real estate management, but thankfully such events aren’t the norm.  Firebird Housing has the extensive knowledge of the laws set forth in the Arizona  Landlord Tenant Act.  We have and follow strict guidelines and have a streamlined process in the rare event a tenant needs to be evicted.  Evictions are most times the result of non=payment of rent, and can be completed from start to finish within a 30 day period.  Although an evicted tenant will be responsible for legal costs, an owner will receive the initial bill for the associated costs for filing and an attorney.  Such bills, along with any back rents and costs of damage done to the property will be reimbursed using the tenant’s security deposit excess.  Any bills not covered will be sent to a collection agency.

Rental properties are typically inspected within 48 hours after a tenant vacates unless that date falls on a weekend.  There are times when Firebird Housing will have a scheduled appointment to meet the tenant at the property to perform the move-out.  Regardless of who is present or what date the inspection falls on, a DETAILED report of the inspection will be prepared by our Property Turn-Over Specialist.  Once the report is completed, the Property Turn-Over Specialist will give the owner a call and discuss the the findings of the inspection regarding the condition of the property.  Once an owner has had a chance to go over the inspection report, a discussion will take place to decide what work should be done to prepare the property to be in a rent-ready condition once again.  Your property will typically be rent-ready within a week of the tenant move-out date.

In the event that a resident terminates a lease before to the lease ending date on their contract, or the accepted and processed lease renewal date, the following things take place. The resident will be responsible to pay an amount equal to TWO (2) Months Full Rent which we call an “Early Lease Termination Fee”.  This fee is to be paid at the same time the thirty (30) day notice is given to Firebird Housing.  The lease states that no portion of the resident’s deposit amount will be used to cover the “Early Lease Termination Fee”. Additionally, the resident is still responsible for property rent through the end of the lease effective period OR until another resident is approved for the property and it is re-rented. TERMS:

1. Firebird Housing requires that the Termination Fee be paid in certified fund, ONLY.

2. FIrebird Housing requires that a FULL 30-day notice must be given PRIOR to the resident move-out.  As stated in the lease, terminations fees do not offset property rent, nor can the resident’s security deposit be used for those termination fees.

3. Per the lease, a resident must return and deliver property keys and devices to the Firebird Housing office upon their termination of the 30 day notice.

4. The lease states that the “Early Lease Termination Fee” is considered to be additional rents due.

5. A resident signs the lease attesting to their understanding that a breach of the lease terms will be  considered a “skip” for the resident and the collection and restitution of the entire lease and damages, to include the associated attorney fees and additional required property marketing fees, will be strictly enforced by Firebird Housing.

When a resident moves out of a property, there is a typical list of items that need to be done prior to another resident moving in.  Firebird Housing always re-keys a property when a resident moves out, which reduces the liability for an owner.  There are typically touch-ups needed for the paint, the property needs to be cleaned, air filters need to be changed out, toilet stoppers need to be checked for functionality, burnt out light bulbs need replaced, appliances need to be inspected for functionality, sprinkler and dripper systems need inspected for any leaks or issues, yard should be clean and presentable for the new resident, etc…

The Firebird Housing leasing team is extremely detailed and diligent when it comes to finding qualified residents.  We put all of our applicants through an extensive verification process which includes credit checks, background checks, employment checks, and rental history verification.  Our team looks into anything that stands out as questionable.  Once the verification process is complete, the Firebird Housing leasing department contacts the owner and reviews the tenant’s information that was received.  The information that is shared is limited due to the Federal Fair Housing Rules and Regulations, however we will give our recommendation as to how strong of a tenant they appear to be based on our findings.  The decision is the owner’s, so long as the owner understands that the Federal Fair Housing Rules and Regulations will be strictly followed.  An owner’s involvement in the decision for a resident allows an owner to be actively involved and considered an investor for tax purposes.

Please call the Firebird Housing office to speak with an Intake Coordinator or Property Manager today at 480-633-1993.

Leasing and Referral Services

To compliment our property management interests here at Firebird Housing, we are associated with several corporate relocation companies and brokerage firms who specialize in relocation to the Phoenix Metro area. Our affiliation with several of the Chambers of Commerces offers a consistent referral base of potential residents that are relocating to the Phoenix Metro area from all across the country. A majority of property management companies can not offer these invaluable advantages. The result of such advantages to our owners ~ High Occupancy with a dedicated commitment to obtain the absolute best possible resident available for their property. Under Firebird Housing’s guidance and direction, your investment property will receive the specialized attention that an owner wants and deserves.

The Firebird Housing lease is clear and comprehensive.  Additionally, it is oriented to protect the rights of all parties involved. We process thorough credit and reference checks prior to any application being presented to an owner for approval. With the input of the owner, we carefully select the most qualified, responsible residents and we feel that we have the experience in judging an applicant’s creditworthiness and willingness to care for your property! “Most Importantly” We feel very strongly that our relationship (between owner and manager) is a partnership, similar to that of a marriage. It is extremely personal and requires a complete trust and understanding of each other. You wouldn’t haphazardly “close your eyes and point” to choose a life partner, and Firebird Housing would not expect you to select us to manage your property simply because of our web site. We would like to extend an invitation to you, to set a date with the intake coordinator or property manager to meet each other (preferably at the subject property) and take some time to talk one on one about your specific needs.  Such a meeting offers the benefit to both parties of a personal connection that can’t be found through an email or over the phone. There is no time like the present to let Firebird Housing Ignite Your Properties Potential!  Call Firebird Housing Today!

Welcome to the Firebird Housing Investors’ Page

This page has been developed specifically to address the real estate investment opportunities that are available in the Phoenix area. Our investors come from many states as well as other countries wishing to capitalize on our real estate appreciation. We are seeing an unprecedented rate of growth in the Phoenix area with single family homes as well as the commercial sector. At the same time, the rental market is equally very strong which supports the growing investment climate for those investors looking to receive cash flow and high rates of appreciation while holding on to their investments.

Unquestionably, now is the time to get involved in real estate investing in Arizona. Your profit potential is so high you cannot afford to miss this window of opportunity. Real estate investing in Arizona, like any other area of the country, can be a little complicated. You need a map. But the fact that you are risking your own money means you need more than a map, you need a guide.

That is why Firebird Housing has formed a specialty group of experienced agents that work with investors. We understand the language of investments. We also understand what makes a good residential or commercial investment and what does not. What you are looking for as an investor, is not necessarily the same as your average residential or commercial buyer. We understand the differences and apply that knowledge in our search for you, the investor.

 

FIREBIRD HOUSING, A FULL SERVICE PROPERTY MANAGEMENT COMPANY

Just think about what we can offer. Our continued growth has been built on repeat business and referrals. Our search for investment properties for you is based upon property location, sales price, condition and a strong rental income stream. We search for properties that meet all of these criteria – not just a deal on the price. It must lease quickly as well, and at a top rate. And we are sticking our necks out when we find the right investment property and offer our analysis on the rents. We must be right, otherwise it is embarrassing and we loose your repeat business which is the foundation of our company.

 

WHAT TYPE OF INVESTORS DO WE WORK WITH?

Firebird Housing is presently working with several types of investors with different types of goals and objectives:

First, we have many investors that feel comfortable owning one or two single family homes for investment. Most of these homes range in the 1800 square feet and $225,000 range. If purchased in average rental areas, the income cash flow will easily provide adequate debt service of your mortgage.

Next, we have many out of state investors who have joined with other investors and established an LLC for the specific purpose of buying ten, twenty, or thirty homes and placing them in the LLC for cash flow and appreciation. Investors have chosen Firebird Housing to locate these properties and provide cash flow analysis using our experience and historical knowledge of the Phoenix market in order to arrive at the “buy” decision for each property.

Also, we are servicing many investors looking for cash flow and appreciation with multi-family and commercial opportunities in the Phoenix area. Land, office buildings, retail centers and apartments are now growing increasingly popular with investors looking for a solid and strong cash flow investment. Now is the time to investigate these multiple opportunities while heavy appreciation and generous cap rates are available.

Another investment avenue is the IRS 1031 Tax Exchange. Firebird Housing is keenly aware of the importance of the 1031 Tax Exchange windows and has adapted our experience base to accommodate investor exchange requirements. We have experience working with the 1031 and can assure you of our dedication to perform on your behalf within the 45 day time constraints.

 

HOW TO GET STARTED TODAY BY INVESTING IN REAL ESTATE IN ARIZONA

This is the simplest part of the Arizona investment equation. Just respond to the “Contact Us” Link on our Homepage or call 480-633-1993 to talk to one of our qualified Investment Sales Personnel. Remember, don’t pass up the advantages of working with a reputable real estate company that offers all of the important services that you, the investor, need and require. Sales, Leasing, Management, Maintenance and Accounting. All accomplished within one well managed real estate organization – Firebird Housing.

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