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Marietta Property Management
You trust your financial investments to professionals like your CPA, your financial planner, your banker and your stockbroker. Sound management of your real estate investment should be entrusted to professionals as well.
What We Do As Your Marietta Property
- Fill vacancies
- Advertise your rental
- Handle tenant inquiries
- Background and credit investigations
- Application processing
- Lease signing
- Full service repair
- Rent collection
- Coordinate Evictions
What Sets Us Apart
With over 30 years of combined experience, McCreary Realty Management has managed thousands of single-family homes and other small residential properties located throughout Cobb and South Cherokee Counties in Norwest Metro Marietta, Georgia. We have represented thousands of investors who own these properties, and these investors are located throughout the entire world.
McCreary Realty Management has been awarded the prestigious designation, ACCREDITED MANAGEMENT ORGANIAZATION® (AMO®) in 1900 and again in 2012. Fewer than 500 real estate management firms nationwide hold this honor. Our firm is only one of a handful of this number that manages single-family homes as their primary portfolio. We have become the market leaders in this niche of real estate management in Northwest Metro Marietta.
McCreary Realty Management is proud to be an Accredited Business Member of the Metro-Marietta Better Business Bureau. McCreary presently boasts an A+ rating from the BBB.
Marketing our properties for lease and our company's services to clients has changed immensely over the years. Photography has certainly become an important part of our marketing. We utilize professional level Nikon D-SLR's to document each room and all exterior views of your property.
We use a super wide-angle lens to capture the most each room has to offer, and we also use Nikon's Creative Lighting System to show your property in its best light. As members of the National Association of Photoshop Professionals (NAPP), we edit your photos to look their very best and incorporate them into the listing, along with a virtual photo tour of your property set to music.
Why choose McCreary Realty Management over other Companies?
The professionals at McCreary are just that, Professional Real Estate Managers. If you bought your property as an investment, you want the property to be managed to its highest and best potential to produce income and increase in overall value during your ownership period. If you are converting your personal residence into a rental property, then you need to have a management company with experience in assisting property owners with turning the family home into the family business. Our staff are trained and educated in the policies, procedures and methods of classical real estate management from the very best industry sources. They then convert this training into results for you that fit your goals and objectives in the ownership of the property we will be managing for you. We are not sales agents that just need to have some income until real estate sales improve. We have decades of experience being professional property managers for thousands of owners just like you and will still be here once the sales market improves!
Marietta Area Information
Before there was an Atlanta or a Chattanooga there was Marietta, Ga. A small cluster of homes near the Cherokee town of Kennesaw were reported as early as 1824. An early road in what would become Cobb County crossed the "Shallow Ford" of the Chattahoochee and ran just south of these settlers.
In 1832 the state of Georgia formed 10 counties from what had been Cherokee land. Cobb County was named for Thomas Willis Cobb, U.S. representative, US senator and Supreme Court judge. In 1837 the Georgia Gazetteer reported that the city of Marietta was named for Cobb's wife. The Georgia legislature legally recognized the town on Dec. 19, 1834, but by that time a sizable community already existed. The first plat for the city, since destroyed, was laid out by James Anderson in 1833, who had worked extensively in north Georgia. Like most towns, Marietta had a square in the center with a modest courthouse.