Rollingwood Management, Inc.
A Certified Residential Management Company®
In 1986, Rollingwood Management Inc. CRMC® was founded on the philosophy that common sense, integrity, and experienced property management skills will give us the edge in providing our owners and their investment the best possible property management services in Austin.
Rollingwood Management’s mission is to be the leading provider of residential property management services in the greater Austin area. Our extensive depth of experience and drive to exceed our customer’s expectations motivates us to remain at the forefront of the property management industry. We believe our employees make a world of difference and are committed to balance the diverse needs of our clients and residents to provide the best possible service to both.
Look through our site to see our unique property management systems and services designed to make your rental property a success. Let us know if you would like our free property management newsletter or a free rental market analysis of your property. We are not a sales company that does property management on the side, residential property management is all we do. Our experienced staff and licensed property managers full focus is residential property management and the peace of mind of our owners.
How confident are we in our property management services?
"For more than 31 years, property owners have found our comprehensive and proactive driven approach to property management services and leasing a direct advantage to the success of their property and their peace of mind."
As a real estate investor in Austin, are you prepared to meet any large operating costs to properly maintain your investment for the long-term? Today’s blog post will examine the area of capital reserves for investment properties and how to proactively fund them.
First, some basics: Capital reserves are used for capital expenditures. Capital expenditures or capital expenses are defined as funds spent to upgrade or materially improve a property. Typically, these are one-time major purchases. Capital expenditures are much different from routine operating expenses or routine maintenance and repairs. For tax purposes, a capital expenditure must be depreciated over the useful life of the asset (talk to your CPA for specifics). A routine operating expense will be entirely deducted in the tax year it is incurred.
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