Susan Fleck Recognized as Featured Top Property Manager at Top Agent Magazine
November 6, 2017
Austin Fleck Property Management is delighted to announce that co-founder Susan Fleck has been featured in Top Agent Magazine as one of the industry’s top property managers.
In an excerpt from the featured article, the magazine writes:
Susan really works to protect her property owners’ investments, taking care of every aspect of renting a home so that her clients can feel comfortable knowing that everything is handled. “The owners get to sit back and collect a check each month,” she says. “I think this is the best job in the world.”
While her property owner clients revel in the fact that Susan meticulously handles every detail about their rental property, her tenant customers know she is fair as she uses facts such as before and after photos to squelch security deposit disputes. “I may not always tell my clients what they want to hear, but they know I will be honest with them,” she says.
Susan started Austin Fleck Property Management with her husband, Terry, in 2005. While Terry is more focused on real estate, Susan has a deep devotion to the property management side of the business.
As a full-service property management company serving the Phoenix Metropolitan area, Austin Fleck Property Management offers it all from advertising, procuring and screening tenants to rent collection, coordination of maintenance, accounting and end of year tax statements for her property owners.
Susan also holds a deep devotion to her community and country, serving as a member of the American Legion for over 32 years as a veteran of the Gulf War. She helps with an array of activities that are designed to support the military community from disabled veterans and wounded warriors to police and sheriff organizations in addition to homeless shelters, Red Cross and the Shriner’s Hospital.
Her plans for the future?
To grow, of course.
Susan want to grow the company’s portfolio of 300 properties to 2000 and employ people who she can teach to do the business — and do it well.