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RG 253 – Top Tips in Multifamily Property Management w/ Max Reinbach III

This week’s episode is a little longer than usual, but that’s because we have an amazing source of knowledge with us this week. For this episode, we have Max Reinbach III sharing fascinating stories about his journey to property management, his best practices in multifamily property management, and a few important statistics about the real estate scene in Austin, Texas during these uncertain times.

Max started building his amazing work ethic from a very young age. As a country boy who had his first taste of work in the fields of his father, Max had a long way to go before becoming part of one of the most successful property management companies in the state. Today, he is the Senior Vice President of Roscoe Property Management and has helped the business grow from ten thousand properties to a whopping forty thousand in the course of his career.

Max shares his best practices that helped him get to where he is now. We talk about the importance of the people directly managing properties and why they are critical assets in any property management company. We delve into how the mindset of partnership can help create lasting relationships with clients. Moreover, we talk about how Roscoe Property Management manages to keep the business afloat during these uncertain times.

If you’re thinking about investing in Austin or perhaps interested in learning more about multifamily property management, listen to this episode and let Max and I share some valuable industry knowledge with you.

Key Takeaways:

  • People that are managing properties directly are the most important assets to a property management company.
  • When creating new relationships with clients, go into it with a mindset of partnership.
  • Property management can feel like a thankless job—but at the end of the day, someone has to do it.
  • Customer service and communication are two key aspects of property management.
Max Reinbach III

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