San Antonio Property Management

Let us manage your San Antonio Rental Property

Having a successful rental property requires a lot of time, effort, experience and knowledge. Let us save you that time, effort and frustration that comes with gaining that experience.

As a full service San Antonio property management company, our team is responsible for taking care of all aspects of managing your rental(s).

At 210 Realty Group we handle all of your property management tasks using the latest technology, helping you maximize your investment. But beyond the basics, what distinguishes us is our high level of expertise and communication backed by a commitment to treating owners as valued partners. We develop management plans tailored to meet your goals, so you can delegate the execution to us with complete confidence. And because great communication is our priority, you’ll never doubt that we are always looking out for you and your property.

We are a firm dedicated to providing the full spectrum of property management services for single family homes and condos. Our team of licensed real estate agents and certified property management professionals bring more than 15 years of combined experience to the company.

We understand owners’ needs because we, too, started out as property owners managing our own well-established portfolio.

We quickly realized the challenges of providing quality long-distance management and finding a qualified company we trusted to oversee our valued investments proved even more difficult. We decided to form 210 Realty Group to provide the superior, dependable, customer experience.


Many owners are too quick to put their properties on the rental market. We are deliberate and intentional, creating just the type of home that great tenants will want to rent.

Before we even list your home, we will do a thorough assessment and recommend any necessary repairs or improvements that will make your property more appealing to the best tenants.

We know the needs of the local tenant pool. The goal of our initial assessment is to rent the property faster and for the most money.

Making the Necessary Rental Property Repairs:

Our initial inspection will ensure that everything in the property is functional. If there’s anything that needs to be repaired or replaced, we’ll make a note of it and talk to you about why it’s important.

You don’t want to rent out a property that still needs work. It will result in immediate tenant complaints and an ongoing list of repairs that require maintenance after your resident has already moved into the unit. This is more expensive for you in the long term.

We are thorough and we document everything. We’ll look for outlets that don’t provide electricity and light bulbs that have burned out. We’ll make sure the communal areas and landscaping around your building are attractive and inviting. We check every sink for leaks and we turn on every appliance.

We’ll go further than ensuring everything in the property is functional and working. We may also recommend upgrades and updates that will get your property rented quicker and for more money. This is part of our property assessment because we value the owners who are willing to invest in their investments. You don’t want to be the vacant property that no one will rent just because you didn’t spend the dollars replacing an appliance.

210 Realty Group will make sure your property is contemporary, attractive, and functional. We create a space that good tenants can imagine moving right into. This saves you money and time, and delivers a better renter and a higher rental income.

We have built a relationship with qualified vendors that we trust, they provide quality licensed and insured work. Working with unlicensed workers risks potential liability and investment risk. We trust our team to deliver fast, high quality and cost-effective work before your property is listed on the rental market. Our vendors are reliable, and they stand behind their work.

Turning your property around within a short amount of time to ensure its ready to dazzle the potential renters looking for a new home.

Count on our preferred vendor relationships to take care of everything your rental property needs, including:

  • Painting and cleaning
  • Plumbing work, including leak detection and repair
  • Electrical work and wiring
  • Landscaping and lawn care
  • Installation of flooring, appliances, counters and cabinets
  • HVAC repair and installation
  • Roof repair and installation
  • Pest control
  • Insulation installation
  • Locksmith

How much rent can you get for your investment?

Our market analysis helps landlords and us make data-informed decisions about their rental property, including rate estimates and other information so they can invest and manage their investment property more wisely.

  • Get Optimized Rental Value for Your Property
  • Gain Crucial Insight into Current Market Conditions
  • Determine Your Cashflow from Monthly Rental Value


Your lease needs to be specific to Texas and detailed. We use the Texas Real Estate Association Lease Agreement, which is very detailed and extensive contract that provides the most coverage for the landlord It’s written to protect you and your property, while outlining the expectations and responsibilities of your tenant.

Collecting rent on time starts with expectations and standards. Putting your rent collection policy in the lease agreement to ensure tenants understand when it’s due, how it should be paid, and how much they will owe.

We make sure the lease agreement includes information on late fees, grace periods, and further consequences when the rent isn’t paid on time.

When written this directly into your lease agreement, there can be no excuses when tenants are late. They cannot say they didn’t know when rent was due or they weren’t sure how to pay it.

As the owner, you are responsible for the general habitability of the unit and functions of all the systems, including heating and cooling, water and electricity. Tenants, however, share some of the responsibility, and the lease is explicit about the what these items are, our lease agreements outline:

  • Cleaning standards to avoid pests and deterioration
  • Upkeep of outdoor areas
  • HVAC filter replacement
  • Definitions of emergency maintenance
  • HOA compliance

Every lease must include federal disclosures such as information about lead paint. Texas leases must also provide information about carbon monoxide and smoke detectors, as well as rekeying and general security devices provided on the Texas Property Code.

It’s very important that your lease agreement include information that’s specific to your property as well as general information that’s required by law.


Professional property management is never going to be one-size- fits-all.

Our pricing is transparent. There won’t be any surprise fees or hidden charges.

We are priced competitively, but we strive to be the best property management company in the area– not the cheapest.

We expect our owners to be willing to pay for quality – quality management and quality maintenance. A cheap fix is an expensive repair. You’ll be fixing that problem over and over again. To keep your property in excellent condition, you want repairs that are done right the first time. That will keep your property value high and your tenants willing to pay more for their home.

We know we offer our owners and investors services and expertise they can’t find elsewhere, our very personal approach and willingness to adjust to different owner requirements it’s what differentiates us from our competition.

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