Over the last 10 years, our receivers have completed over 150 receivership and referee assignments in the western United States. The fiduciary duty of our insured and bonded court appointed receivers is to protect, preserve, and enhance properties pursuant to instructions from State and Federal Courts.
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The Security and Attention You Deserve
Our Receivership Assignments Include:
- Rents and profits receiverships for commercial and residential properties
- Partition sales of real property resulting from partner or family disputes
- Construction project completion
- Business disputes and business dissolution
- Estate and portfolio liquidations
- Judgment enforcement
Our Superior and Federal Court Receivers:
- Take control of real property and oversee day to day management and leasing
- Identify and address health & safety issues
- Collect accounts receivable and future rents as they become due
- Verify and/or secure property and liability insurance
- Incur expenses for the maintenance, repair, and care of the property
- Implement management, leasing, construction, and disposition strategies, as approved by the courts
- Prepare monthly accounting of income, expenses, and fees
Complimentary Portfolio Review
Receive a complimentary review and analysis of your current real estate portfolio, which will allow you to step away from the day to day management and focus on your core business or other interests.
Frequently Asked Questions
Our primary goal at RMC Realty Advisors is to allow our clients to step away from the day to day oversight of their valuable real estate assets. Because of the ownership mentality and experience we bring to each assignment, our clients can focus on their core businesses and/or start spending more time with other interests.
What is the difference between an asset manager and a property manager? Aren’t they one in the same?
Both asset managers (investment advisors) and property managers play important, but separate roles in their oversight of real property. Property Managers are typically tasked with day to day oversight of the assets, such collection of rent, payment of operating expenses, financial reporting, and preparation of the annual operating budgets. In contrast, the Asset Manager is responsible for formulating and implementing the strategic management, leasing, and eventual disposition plans for each property. The asset manager also forecasts monthly cash flow and owner distributions, plus works directly with the property’s leasing team to set market rents and negotiate lease transactions with tenants.
Over the last 24 years, the experienced professionals at RMC Realty Advisors have successfully acquired, managed, leased, and sold various product types, including office, retail, industrial, multi-family, mixed use, and self storage.
Yes, RMC Realty Advisors can either oversee assets in California for out-of-state or foreign investors or manage out of state assets for California-based investors. Our asset management team has managed multiple products types across the country.
Rather than a one-size fits all approach, RMC Realty Advisors hires management and leasing teams based on the product type and geographic location of each asset. If you would prefer to retain existing property management and leasing agents, RMC Realty Advisor is happy to continue those relationships.
RMC Realty Advisors Delivers
Real estate investments can be complex to manage even for full-time real estate professionals. It’s natural to have questions or concerns, and we want you to consider RMC Realty Advisors as a resource you can reach out to at any time. Contact us today to schedule your free consultation.