Compare Management Fees
Co-Management vs. Property Management Fees.
Learn the different fees and terms that each industry uses. Decide which is the best fit for your need.
How do management costs compare?
Rates and Terms
What makes co-management more desirable are the property management fees. Co-Management focuses on performance and rewarding Co-Managers for earning more profits.
Late Fees: Who Keeps?
On-Time Rent Bonus
1st Rent Check
No fee. See Vacancy
No limit. No ramification.
Negotiated: Set in Weeks.
Compare with your actual property
Example of cost savings
Same Property. Different Management Fees.
$1,500 per month
3 weeks. How long the unit expects to sit empty. No rent.
Traditional fees. PM keeps late fees. No recourse for vacancy or expenses.
Burbz / Co-Management
Incentive based contracts. Earn-Earn relationships. All terms are negotiatable.
No rent earned during tenant turnover.
Actual loss of revenue
Co-Mgr bonus is tied to vacancy, not leasing. Co-Mgr proposes ‘vacancy’ budget, earn remainder. This example is 4 weeks.
Earned for placing a new tenant.
Paid upfront. Earns 1st rent check.
Co-Mgr earns a bonus from Vacancy. Amortized over lease.
Monthly percent of rent.
Annually. 10% of rent.
Annually. 6% of rent.
Bonus opportunity to find good tenants.
Not offered. PM’s prefer late fees instead.
Max bonus. 1.5% per month. Incentive to lease good tenants
Access to Co-Management platform.
$10 per month. Only taken once rent payment occurs.
Sum of all max potential earnings
Owed even if you terminate their services
Based on ‘max’ potential for On-Time Rent and Leasing bonus. Minimum is $2,585
34.20% savings on Management and Vacancy
Benefits and Protection for Landlords
On-Time Rent Bonus
Ratings & Reviews
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