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It is possible to earn money from your rental property without all the stress that comes from acting as a landlord. Instead, our local property managers take care of all the details, from helping you plan pricing through emergency and maintenance services. TierOne is a full-service property management company based in Utah, and we handle all phases of property management for our clients.

We start with locating and selecting the best and most reliable tenants through advertising and Pre-screening. Our services include:

  • Advertising for your vacant properties
  • Finding and selecting the best and most reliable tenants
  • Tenant Pre-screening and lease paperwork
  • Collecting rent
  • Maintenance and repairs
  • Quarterly property inspections to ensure that the properties are all up to local real estate code
  • Evictions, if necessary
  • 24/7 telephone and internet hotlines
  • Property status updates
  • Monthly financial statements
  • Property owner payment – we deposit your monthly rental incomes into your bank via ACH transfer
  • Late notices (certified and regular mailings)
  • Tenant and landlord communication available for owner to view 24-7 through the Owner Portal
  • Answers to legal questions via our attorney
  • Statutory Agent Service (receive legal notices on your behalf)
  • Contract enforcement (including notices to tenants)

Our ability to perform all of these tasks with professionalism and efficiency at the highest of levels is what has led TierOne to become the unquestioned leader in property management. We do it all for less, and we do a better job than the competition. With our property managers, you can rest easy knowing that your residential rental unit is in good hands. For the best in Utah property management, call our knowledgeable and friendly staff today at (801) 486-6200 and they will be more than happy to discuss your specific property rental needs with you and what makes TierOne the right choice when it comes to property management in Utah.

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Nestled at the foothills of the majestic Wasatch Range, Lindon, Utah, offers a unique blend of small-town charm and industrial growth, making it an attractive spot for real estate investors. With its motto, "A little bit of country," Lindon preserves a sense of community while fostering economic development, particularly in its bustling business district. The real estate market in Lindon is ripe with potential, featuring an impressive annual appreciation rate of around 5% over the past few years. Investment opportunities abound, especially in single-family homes and light industrial properties, which are in high demand due to the city's growing workforce and its appeal to families and businesses alike.

Lindon's strategic location, just minutes from Provo and Orem, adds to its allure, offering easy access to major employment hubs, educational institutions, and recreational activities. This accessibility, coupled with the city's own array of amenities, including the renowned Lindon Marina at Utah Lake and the expansive Murdock Canal Trail, makes it a sought-after location for both residential and commercial tenants. Properties near these amenities, particularly those offering outdoor spaces and scenic views, tend to fetch higher rents and lower vacancy rates, highlighting the area's investment appeal.

For those interested in the burgeoning commercial sector, Lindon's light industrial parks offer a golden opportunity. These areas have seen significant growth thanks to the city's business-friendly environment and its strategic initiatives to attract tech and manufacturing companies. Investing in industrial properties or commercial real estate in these zones promises robust returns, driven by the demand for warehouse, manufacturing, and office spaces.