Property Management
in Twin Falls, ID

Top 6 Property Management Companies

Companies who display the iPropertyManagement seal have demonstrated a high standard of excellence for both owners and tenants in the field of property management.

Idaho

License #: CO37387

Canyonside Property Management

#1 best rated of 6 Twin Falls, ID property management companies

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208-734-2132
800 Falls Ave # 10, Twin Falls, ID 83301
Areas Served Twin Falls
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Syringa Property Management

#2 best rated of 6 Twin Falls, ID property management companies

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208-734-2301
406 Gardner Ave, Twin Falls, ID 83301
Areas Served Twin Falls, Boise, ID
51-200 employees BBB: N/A
Since 1989
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Twin Falls Homes LLC

#3 best rated of 6 Twin Falls, ID property management companies

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208-734-2439
679 Filer Avenue, Twin Falls ID , 83301
Areas Served Twin Falls
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Since 2005
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$20 application fee.

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Arrow Property Management

#4 best rated of 6 Twin Falls, ID property management companies

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208-490-1889
P.O. Box 5212 | Twin Falls, Idaho 83303
Areas Served Twin Falls
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Best Homes Property Management

#5 best rated of 6 Twin Falls, ID property management companies

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208-734-5861
415 Addison Ave #6, Twin Falls, ID 83301
Areas Served Twin Falls
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Since 2014
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My Management Company

#6 best rated of 6 Twin Falls, ID property management companies

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208-734-7700
2468 Dorm Drive Twin Falls, ID 83301
Areas Served Twin Falls
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Placement fees range from 25% to 50% of a month’s rent. * Ongoing monthly management fees range from 8% to 10% of the monthly rent. *If you refer another property owner to us, they immediately credit your account $200 when your referrals sign on with them. *No Cost When Your Property Is Not Rented.

Twin Falls vs Nearby Cities

The real estate market in Twin Falls offers flexible pricing to meet the needs of most residents. The median listing price is around $250,000 and is expected to increase in years to come. Buyers can expect to see listing prices starting around $150,000 and going up to $600,000 or more. The median cost per square foot is around $150, but that can change quickly as demand for homes improves.

Buyers can find slightly lower prices in nearby Shoshone. The median home value is around $160,000. Buyers can expect to find homes listed between $200,000 and $400,000. In Rupert, prices are a bit higher. The median home value is about the same as in Shoshone, but listing prices can go up to $1 million. Buyers may also find homes for less than $200,000 in this small town.

Twin Falls Property Managers

Property owners don’t always have the time, desire or skill to manage their rental units. They may hire a property manager to ensure that their property and tenants are well cared for over time. The manager may collect rent and communicate with tenants, including processing evictions when needed. They may also screen potential tenants and market available units to keep the property occupied with well-qualified renters. When repairs are needed, the manager is often the one to find a qualified contractor, negotiate pricing and oversee the work.

Twin Falls Property Management Fees

Property managers usually charge a base management fee plus additional charges for select services. Vacancy fees are common. The average management fee is around 10 percent. Most management services determine individual rates for every client. The fee is often based on the location of the property, the number of rental units covered, and the services included. Property owners are expected to pay all operational expenses plus the cost of repairs and property upgrades. Other charges may apply.

Idaho Landlord/Tenant Laws

  • Landlords cannot raise the rent in Idaho without giving the tenant a notice of at least 15 days.
  • Idaho landlords can’t start the eviction process without first giving the tenant at least three days to pay their rent or move out of the rental unit.