Arizona's Full-Service Property Management Company
We Nurture Your Property
We strive to keep your property in top condition and eliminate vacancy time as much as possible.When the current tenants move out, we'll inspect the property and provide bids for any repairs or improvements necessary.
We'll Handle Rent & Get You Paid
Paying rent is a piece of cake for tenants. They can pay through their portal or in office. Following that step, the funds are processed and direct deposited into your account, all while easily accessing your financial statements.
We Manage All Maintenance Requests
After tenants submit a maintenance request through their account portal, our Property Managers get straight to work on scheduling for the initial appointment and quickly providing you estimates for repair, for your approval. We handle all communications with Tenants, Vendors, and Home Warranties for you!
24/7/365 Access to Account Portal
From a mobile phone, tablet or desktop, you have 24/7 access to your account portal anytime, anywhere. With real time updates regarding your property, you're always kept in the loop! From your portal, you can access all information regarding your billing and payment management, reports and documentation, as well as the status of work orders, just to name a few.
We Secure Tenants, Fast!
We take care of all the marketing aspects of your rental with Professional Photos, Agent Showings, and posting on many popular rental Websites to establish interest from all facets of the web possible.
We Handle all HOA & City Compliance
We aim to always keep the tenants in compliance with HOA regulation and City Code. This is yet another difficult task that saves a lot of time and stress for our owners!
We Handle All Legal Documentation
Legal notices are a vital part of Property Management. At Firebird Housing, our Professional Managers do this for you! We understand your time is valuable and stress can be high when dealing in this department. We got you covered!
We Implement Leases & Handle Evictions
In the rare occurrence of an eviction, our Property Managers take care of it professionally and efficiently, step by step. This can include sending all notices, constant continuance to retrieve payment, arranging re-keys, and representing you in court if necessary.
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About Phoenix Arizona & Why to Invest
Phoenix is the seat of Maricopa County and the largest city in the state at 517.9 square miles, more than twice the size of Tucson and one of the largest cities in the United States. With its broad, tree-lined avenues, Spanish-style architecture, and surrounding mountains, Phoenix bears much resemblance to Los Angeles. Like its California counterpart, Phoenix is a metropolis with not one but many centers, all at considerable distances from one another. From its historic heart to the west of Sky Harbor International Airport, the greater metropolitan area—of which Phoenix is only a small part—has grown to take in a vast expanse of land that stretches nearly from the Gila River far to the south to the tall plateaus and volcanic mountains of the north and east and out into the broad desert valley to the west. Growth is a constant in Phoenix life as thousands of new residents and millions of visitors find their way there each year.
Phoenix is the capital and most populous city of the state of Arizona, with 1,626,078 people (as of 2017). It is the fifth most populous city nationwide, the most populous state capital in the United States, and the only state capital with a population of more than one million residents
The median home value in Phoenix is $241,500. Phoenix home values have gone up 8.2% over the past year and Zillow predicts they will rise 8.4% within the next year. The median list price per square foot in Phoenix is $169, which is higher than the Phoenix-Mesa-Scottsdale Metro average of $161. The median price of homes currently listed in Phoenix is $277,990 while the median price of homes that sold is $214,500. The median rent price in Phoenix is $1,400, which is lower than the Phoenix-Mesa-Scottsdale Metro median of $1,495.
Public education in the Phoenix area is provided by 33 school districts. There are 21 elementary school districts, which contain over 215 elementary schools, and they are paired with 4 high school districts, which have 31 high schools serving Phoenix. Three of the high school districts (Glendale Union, Tempe Union and Tolleson Union) only partially serve Phoenix. With over 27,000 students, and spread over 220 square miles, The Phoenix Union High School District is one of the largest high school districts in the country, containing 16 schools and nearly 3,000 employees. In addition, there are 4 unified districts, which cover grades K-12, which add an additional 58 elementary schools and 4 high schools to Phoenix's educational system. Of those four, only the Paradise Valley district completely serves Phoenix. Phoenix is also served by an expanding number of charter schools, with well over 100 operating in the city.