As a property owner, you have a lot on your shoulders. Hiring a manager to tend to the everyday needs of your land or building can help to alleviate the stresses that come with property ownership. However, what happens if you find out that the property manager you hired isn’t licensed, or isn’t doing the job that he was hired for? You could be looking at costly measures in order to correct your mistakes, and you may also have to deal with legal issues regarding liability.
When it comes to matters that pertain to property management law, you need to have an experienced, knowledgeable and dedicated attorney on your side. The Dunn Law Group, P.C. has successfully represented countless people with their property management law needs, and we are fully prepared to represent you, too.
Call (617) 879-8664 to schedule your free consultation with our firm. Get your questions answered by a legal professional while determining if you have a case.
In the State of Massachusetts, property managers must be licensed. In order to be licensed, the manager must pass a written exam to prove his or her knowledge. In addition, property managers need to undergo a background check in order to be licensed. When a property manager is not licensed, you could end up facing costly, time-consuming repercussions.
If you have found that there is an issue with licensing or any other issue with your property manager, in order to rectify the situation, the first thing you should do is contact a Boston real estate attorney. The Dunn Law Group, P.C. has an in-depth understanding of the laws that pertain to property management. We will provide you with the comprehensive representation that you need to effectively handle your case. With more than 15 years of experience, you can trust your case to our hands.
Call our firm at (617) 879-8664 or contact us online to arrange a free consultation today!