PROPERTY MANAGEMENT AHWATUKEE
We manage a wide variety of rental properties throughout Ahwatukee including single-family homes, patio homes, condos, and commercial buildings. By choosing Premier Business Investments you will be getting a qualified and professional management company, dedicated staff, and affordable rates!
RESIDENTIAL OWNER SERVICES
We offer comprehensive management services at fair prices to ensure that your property and your tenant(s) receive the care and attention that is needed. When you choose to work with Premier Business Investments, you can enjoy the benefits of being a property owner without the headaches that sometimes accompany the management of your investment. Our goal is to create and maintain the financial success of your property/properties while freeing you from the day-to-day management tasks.
Our management services include:
RESIDENTIAL TENANT SERVICES
Happy tenants stay longer and ensure that your investment produces steady and predictable revenue for you as an owner. To create a positive tenant/landlord relationship, we work closely with tenants while keeping your needs as our #1 priority.
Our tenant services include:
Choose the Best Property Management Ahwatukee Team
We set the standard for Ahwatukee property managers and services. As one of the larger firms in the area, our team is committed to delivering world-class services and expertise to all of the communities we serve. Whether you are looking for simple property management, sales, tenant screening, renovation services, association management, or financial reporting, we take care of everything for our clients.
When you work with our property group, everything is easier. We lead the way for clients who struggle with tenants, maintenance, rent collection, and property marketing. If you have been unsuccessful to keep your rentals well-maintained or if you have trouble finding the right tenants, we can take away both of these burdens for you with our expert services and 24/7 attention.
Residential Owner Services by Premier Business Investments
As a full-service property manager group, we created our business around fair prices, unmatched service, and smart leadership. We treat our clients’ properties as our own, ensuring the lifelong success of our managed properties by going above and beyond to ensure that our clients and tenants are happy.
One of the reasons clients always recommend our team is because we include everything in our management packages. You won’t find another property service manager that includes the following for their clients:
- Online advertising and local targeting
- Rental showings (7 days a week)
- Tenant application screening
- Professional lease drafting and signing
- Rent and security deposit collection
- Pre-move-in repairs and cleaning
- Maintenance and rent-ready repairs
- Financial record-keeping
- HOA rules and regulation enforcement
- Maintenance supervision
- Monthly owner statements
- Move-in and move-out reports
- Inspections for legal reasons and by request
- Landlord/tenant communications
- Bill payment and management
Why Tenants Love Premier Services
We know that it can be difficult to manage a property, particularly when you have other things going on in your life. With Premier, your tenants receive a 24/7 accessible property handling service that can help them with any problem. If there is an emergency in the middle of the night, Premier is there handling the situation and providing a report to the owner following its completion.
Everything is taken care of for our clients and their tenants. It is our goal to ensure that you never have to worry about your property or how your tenant is feeling. Our tenant services include:
- Online rental payment services
- Good credit reporting to bureaus
- Prompt service request response
- Return calls within 24 hours
- Friendly office staff
- Monthly air filter changes
- Monthly A/C unit check
- Online rental application
- Lease setup and signing
You never have to worry about what tenants are doing or whether a tenant is happy with Premier. We talk regularly with our clients and provide reports to show what activity has taken place each month.
It’s Time to Upgrade Your Property Services
We’re ready to serve you. How can we help you keep your rental beautiful and your tenants happy? [Talk to a Premier rental manager today.]
OTHER CITIES WE OPERATE IN
Prior to the area’s development into the community it is known today, the name “Ahwatukee” referred, at times, to a since-demolished house that sits in an area near Sequoia Trails and Appaloosa Drive, west of the Warner-Elliot Loop.
At least two major thoroughfares in today’s Ahwatukee are named after people who claimed lands in the area, in the decades following the signing of the Homestead Act in 1862. Warner Road was named after Samuel Warner of Kansas, while Elliot Road was named after Reginald Elliott of California. Both claimed lands in an area now known as Tempe. A third man, Arthur Hunter, claimed land within an area now known as Ahwatukee. The street known today as 48th Street was, for a time, named Hunter Drive, after Arthur Hunter. Hunter is rumored to have, in the 1940s, disassembled and buried in the Ahwatukee desert a Studebaker car purported owned by Al Capone.
Development of Ahwatukee began in 1970, when Presley Development Company, led by Randall Presley, bought 2,080 acres (840 ha) of land. The land included Ahwatukee Ranch, by then owned by a land syndicate led by an Arizona State UniversityEnglish professor, as well as land owned by a local moving and storage firm. Presley originally planned for the area to be a retirement community, but later devised a mix of retirement living, family living, and light commercial zoning for the area.
Presley Development was noted to have a role in Ahwatukee eventually becoming a part of Phoenix, instead of neighboring Chandler or Tempe, through a handshake deal Maricopa County Supervisor Bob Stark, who was also an attorney with Presley Development, made with Mayor of Phoenix John D. Driggs. However, Chandler and Tempe officials were noted to have refused offers of annexing Ahwatukee.
Phoenix annexed the area in stages, from 1980 to 1987. It has been suggested that Phoenix’s annexation of Ahwatukee had, to a degree, affected Tempe’s future development.
Plans for Ahwatukee were approved by Maricopa County in November 1971, and 17 model homes were opened in an area near 50th Street and Elliot Road in 1973.
The area’s first elementary school, Kyrene de los Lomas, opened in 1976, while Mountain Pointe High School opened as the area’s first high school in 1991.