Property Management
in Flagstaff, AZ

Top 8 Property Management Companies

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Arizona

License #: LC523627000

RE/MAX Peak Properties

#1 best rated of 8 Flagstaff, AZ property management companies

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928-214-7325
717 W Riordan Rd, Flagstaff, AZ 86001
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License #: LC634406000

Sterling Real Estate Management

#2 best rated of 8 Flagstaff, AZ property management companies

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928-773-0690
323 S River Run Rd #1, Flagstaff, AZ 86001
Areas Served Flagstaff
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Since 2007
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License #: CO651101000

Elden Peaks Properties

#3 best rated of 8 Flagstaff, AZ property management companies

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928-699-0293
8985 US-89, Flagstaff, AZ 86004
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Santa Fe Realty Inc

#4 best rated of 8 Flagstaff, AZ property management companies

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928-779-6903
200 S Leroux St # 101, Flagstaff, AZ 86001
Areas Served Flagstaff
11-50 employees BBB: N/A
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Bella Investment Group, LLC

#5 best rated of 8 Flagstaff, AZ property management companies

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928-714-1800
2409 N Fourth St #201, Flagstaff, AZ 86004
Areas Served Flagstaff
51-200 employees BBB: A+
Since 2008
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Pollock Properties Inc

#6 best rated of 8 Flagstaff, AZ property management companies

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928-774-5577
417 N Agassiz St #2D, Flagstaff, AZ 86001
Areas Served Flagstaff
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Since 2010
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$200 pet deposit

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Flagstaff Property Management Inc

#7 best rated of 8 Flagstaff, AZ property management companies

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928-774-7115
518 N Beaver St c, Flagstaff, AZ 86001
Areas Served Flagstaff
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Since 2004
Residential
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Non-Refundable Application Fee – $20.00 per application *$100 Holding Deposit

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Hart's HOA Management Co. LLC

#8 best rated of 8 Flagstaff, AZ property management companies

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928-607-5023
813 N Beaver St, Flagstaff, AZ 86001
Areas Served Flagstaff
? BBB: A+
Since 2007
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Flagstaff vs Nearby Cities

Flagstaff is surrounded by national forests in the central region of Arizona. Residents are attracted to the city for the picturesque scenery and easy access to Mother Nature, but they pay well above average home prices for those benefits. The median home value for the city is close to $350,000, and the median real estate price is often above $400,000. Compare that to a median real estate price around $550,000 in nearby Sedona, where the median home value is close to $450,000. It’s common for buyers to pay an average of $200 per square foot in both of these cities, but bargains are often found in nearby Williams.

Flagstaff Property Managers

A property manager can serve as your eyes and ears when you’re unavailable to manage your rental units efficiently. They should know your property well enough to answer tenant questions, screen potential renters, collect rental payments and enforce all rules. They should also ensure that the property is well-maintained over time.

Flagstaff Property Management Company Fees

The average management fee for an experienced property manager is around 10 percent. Some managers may charge more for premium-level services, and many will customize contracts to the needs of each client. Most managers also charge leasing fees, and some will require a vacancy fee for empty units as well.

Arizona Landlord/Tenant Laws

  • Arizona law states that landlords should make all late fees “reasonable,” but the law doesn’t specify a maximum dollar amount for these fees.
  • Landlords may only increase the rental rate on a long-term leasing contract if the increase is specified in the original contract. Otherwise, the landlord must wait until the contract expires.