Property management is the art of planning. The successful property manager relies upon a strategic mind to plan and, frequently, to adapt to changing real estate markets, annual management responsibilities, and property-related emergencies.
Many property owners and managers can sometimes neglect the importance of landscaping as a value-driving aspect of their real estate investment. Proper landscape management adds aesthetic appeal to a property, which can increase both its lease and sale values, while also helping to alleviate short- and long-term risks such as infestations, client/employee injury, and of course, a decrease in investment value.
Landscape property management is a year-round practice. Here are a few quick tips on how to better address seasonal landscaping needs:
Review lawn care needs for the spring, summer, and fall
Review tree care needs for the spring and summer
Address foliage disposal needs for the fall and spring
Plan for snow and ice removal from sidewalks, entries/exits, and parking lots
Identify and address possible landscaping-related pest and infestation concerns
Remember, successful property management is founded upon a consistent and comprehensive planning technique, no matter the season. Contact Industrial Commercial Real Estate to discuss how we can provide landscape and other property management services for all seasons.