Real Estate Management



A proven leader in Property Management

Trust is the most important factor in establishing and maintaining relationships in our business. Our Seattle area firm is proud to be built on:

* A solid foundation of trust

* A long term reputation of integrity

* Accurate financial reporting

* A culture of responsiveness in customer service

* A secure portfolio of more than 10,000 units; large enough to share buying power, yet small enough to provide personal attention

* A full service platform with the experience and breadth of knowledge to add value to your investment

When it comes to choosing a reliable, locally owned, property management firm, experience matters!  See what our clients are saying.

For more information about a specific area of interest, click the tiles above for an overview.  Contact our team via email or by phone at 206.622.8600 to learn more or to request a proposal today.


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Latest News
How Do You Pay Rent?
Thursday, February 26, 2015

How are you paying rent these days? Yes, of course you are making money and paying your rent, but how do you actually pay the rent? Do you drop a load of cash at your landlord’s door or do manage the rent payment online with the rest of your bills? Times are changing, back in […]

How Happy Are You?
Tuesday, February 24, 2015

Are you happy? These guys are!  Check out the fun filled video prepared by our rental property management software provider, AppFolio. AppFolio creates easy-to-use, web-based software that helps small and mid-sized businesses more effectively market, manage and grow their business. The tools from AppFolio have helped Phillips reach its clients easier and more effectively. AppFolio also […]

When To Give Notice To Tenants
Friday, February 20, 2015

As a landlord or rental property owner, you are probably familiar with tenants that may pay late or possibly the renters that just don’t take care of their property. In most cases, many of these situations can be resolved with a simple conversation, but what happens when the problem is ongoing and the conversation doesn’t […]