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BALTIMORE, MD, March 22, 2022 /24-7PressRelease/ -- Treu Property Management, well known as Baltimore's best data-driven, tech-oriented property manager, held an online Info Session for real estate investors looking for professional property management in Anne Arundel county. The invite-only event, hosted by CEO, Allan Meseroll, drew a mixed group of participants, including investors, associates of government agencies, and private and public sector landlords.
Underscoring the unique value proposition that Treu brings to its relationships, Allan Meseroll said:
"Contrary to some management companies, we don't buy, sell or rent property. While fully-versed in property investment, we aren't investors. Our sole focus is managing properties, including Anne Arundel county police property management services, and helping in managing real estate owned by private landlords or publicly-owned properties."
Allan stressed that this differentiation is what enables the company to deliver truly objective and unbiased advice and recommendations. This approach is especially invaluable to prospective landlords or property investors looking at an investment opportunity in Anne Arundel county.
"There are so many reasons to invest in the County…not the least is the fact that more than 59,000 commercial enterprises – including from the pharma and biotech sector, and large private and government contractors – call it home. And the fact that the largest employer in Maryland – the U.S. Army, and its Fort Meade base – is just 5-miles away, adds exceptional opportunity for stable rental potential."
In his data-driven presentation, Chief Technology Officer (CTO) Dan Young underscored the following facts to bring-out the value that professional property management in Anne Arundel county can bring to investors in rental property:
- Only 25.8% County residents currently rent – showing plenty of opportunity for new rental units
- Median Gross Rent runs at $1,663 – highlighting great passive income value proposition
- 28% of renters spend between 20% and 30% of household income on rent
"These figures demonstrate the tremendous potential that rental properties in the County have for an income-focused real estate portfolio."
In his closing comments, Allan suggested that anyone wishing to discuss these opportunities further, including exploring Anne Arundel county police property management prospects, should contact his company.
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