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, condos, and apartments in the area.
Inquire About Our Services
“Rentals America has helped me manage my rental properties for about 7 years. Their work is professional, efficient, and above all, reliable. The staff at Rental America always give me peace of mind to own rental properties, even though I live outside the US.”
What We Do As Your Litchfield Park Property Manager
You'll receive an expert rental price recommendation to help you get the highest rent in the least amount of time.
We advertise vigorously on top websites and the MLS to get your home the exposure it deserves so it rents faster.
Let's face it...people's lives are hectic. We provide flexible showing schedules that make it easy and convenient to view a property.
Applicants are thoroughly screened using credit, criminal history, eviction history and employment verification to make sure you get a fantastic tenant.
Lease Signing & Move In
Once an applicant has been approved, we handle all the paperwork, collect funds and do a complete move-in inspection with the tenant.
We use vendors that provide quality service at affordable prices. If you have a vendor you'd prefer, we're always happy to coordinate repairs with them.
Routine inspections are performed to help ensure your home is being properly cared for.
Tenants and owners have the convenience of easy online payments.
Monthly and year-end statements are sent showing all the activity on your account to keep you well informed.
The online portal allows you access to all lease documents, statements and copies of original invoices for any work performed.
Our management fee is just $99 per month.
Our leasing fee is just 1/2 of 1 month's rent and includes all advertising and MLS listing. You don't pay until the home is rented!
Tenant Placement Guarantee
If a tenant that we place doesn't fulfill their rental obligation then we'll place a new tenant free of charge!
Eviction Protection Guarantee
If an eviction becomes necessary for a tenant that we've placed then the legal fees are on us. That's right...you don't pay 'em.
90 Day Money Back Guarantee
If you change your mind about working with us, get a full refund of all management fees for up to 90 days. Cancel anytime for free.
If you're not completely satisfied with our service then you're free to cancel at any time.
Want to Learn More? Schedule a Call.
Setup a convenient time to talk and we’ll give you a call.SCHEDULE NOW
Discover Litchfield Park
The town of Litchfield Park is named for its founder, Paul Weeks Litchfield (1875-1959). He was an executive of the Goodyear Tire & Rubber Company who came to the Phoenix area in 1916 in search of suitable land to farm a long-staple cotton that had previously been available only from the Sea Islands off the coast of Georgia and from Egypt. This cotton was needed to strengthen the rubber in the pneumatic tire, of which Goodyear was the world's largest producer. The east coast cotton supply had been devastated by the boll weevil and the African supply had been greatly reduced by World War I attacks from German U-boats. Litchfield went to the Phoenix area at the suggestion of the United States Department of Agriculture, but he was not successful in motivating local farmers to grow his cotton. Instead he got Goodyear to form the Southwest Cotton Company in Phoenix, with Litchfield as its president, eventually purchasing some 36,000 acres in the general Salt River Valley area including 5,000 acres around the present site of Litchfield Park, then known as Litchfield Ranch. Much of the land was bought for as little as $25 per acre. The cotton was cultivated with a workforce of mostly Mexican and Native American men. The U.S. Postal Service agreed to the name "Litchfield Park" in 1926. In 1929, the Wigwam Resort was opened to the public. In 1926, Litchfield went on to become the president of the Goodyear-Zeppelin Corporation, and then Chairman of the Board in 1930. He retired from the company in 1958, and spent the final months of his life as a resident of Litchfield Park at his home on Fairway Drive.Source From Wikipedia