St. Helens Property Management
Let us manage your St. Helens rental property
We offer a full range of property management services tailored to you as an investor, homeowner, or landlord. We have an extensive portfolio of single family homes, townhouses and condos in the St. Helens area.
Benefits of using Mirror Property Management Co.
- No hassle management
- Automated owner statements
- Online Owner Portal Access
- Industry leading marketing tools
- 24/7 maintenance request handling
- Prompt Response to Tenant Requests
- Low vacancy rate
- Low time on market
- Industry specific local knowledge
What we do as your St. Helens property manager:
- Fill vacancies
- Advertise your rental
- Handle tenant inquiries
- Background and credit investigations
- Application processing
- Lease signing
- Full service repair
- Rent collection
- Coordinate Evictions
We provide a rental analysis based upon comparable properties in the area and where the property is located in regards to zoning.
We use Appfolio software that shoots the properties out to hundreds of rental websites. We also manually use Craigslist, and ForRent magazine/website.
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We are very diligent in our tenant screening process. We require 3 years of rental history and at a minimum three times the rent amount in income. We verify the rental history and the rent income. We also run a national criminal background check along with a credit history check.
Security deposits required are equivalent to one months’ rent.
Our leases are customizable. If the property owner wants something specific in the lease, we can add it, no problem.
St. Helens Area Information
St. Helens was established as a river port on the Columbia River in the 1840s. In 1853, the Pacific Mail Steamship Company tried to make the city their only stop on the Columbia River. Portland's merchants boycotted this effort, and the San Francisco steamship Peytona helped break the impasse.
St. Helens was incorporated as a city in 1889.
The Lewis and Clark Expedition passed through and camped in the area that is now St. Helens on the night of November 5, 1805 while on their way to the Pacific Ocean. While here the party encountered Native Americans and Clark observed "low rockey clifts". Source From Wikipedia