TUCSON, Ariz., Sept. 11, 2012 – Integra Group Real Estate LLC, a brokerage firm specializing in the property management and marketing and sale of REO, HUD and distressed properties in Southern Arizona, has expanded its property management services by including vacant property inspections to its management function.
Through its Integra Property Management division, the company assists with managing rental properties and REO listings for investors and asset managers by providing property inspections and evaluations of vacant listings at no additional fee to clients. Due to the high risk of vandalism in the current marketplace, the in-house property preservation team helps mitigate the risk of damage by applying the company’s Integra Process to inspections for clients’ vacant assets.
The Integra Process offers clients complete transparency through a variety of tools, such as access to photo-sharing portals of the inspection and reports from the team’s GPS equipped vehicles with fleet tracking systems. Clients can even review time-stamped photos to confirm the time and duration of each inspection. These inspections confirm required notifications are posted within specific location requirements.
“Our expansion of Integra Property Management’s services provides our clients an additional layer of support for their listings that maintains or enhances the long-term value of their properties,” said Eric Lichtenheld, president of Integra Group Real Estate. “We continually strive to be forward thinking in order to better serve our clients and give them the assurance that their assets are well managed.”
About Integra Group Real Estate
Founded in 2005, Tucson, Ariz.-based Integra Group Real Estate LLC is a brokerage firm specializing in the property management and marketing of REO, HUD and distressed properties to underserved demographics in Southern Arizona. Through its proprietary Integra Process, the broker provides strategic property evaluation, preservation and property marketing assistance to six of the top 10 U.S. mortgage lenders. For more information, visit www.IntegraTucson.com.