Your facility has not been doing so well lately, and you have no idea what happened. Everything was great a few years ago, but now things are going downhill in a hurry. Your self-storage units are not being filled as quickly as they once were and you have hired and fired multiple managers in a short period of time.
You are having trouble turning things around, especially since you have plenty of other things on your plate. You do not want to sell your self-storage property, but you do not know what else to do. You have heard some things about third-party self-storage property management, but you do not know if it is right for you.
You have your doubts, and that is understandable. You do not want to pay a large sum of money when you are already struggling to keep your business afloat, right? You also do not know how much control the self-storage property management company will have over your business and you do not know what the company will plan to do once you start working with them.
It can certainly be difficult to decide on whether or not you need to hire a third-party self-storage management company for help, especially when there are so many myths and misconceptions floating around.
One of the biggest misconceptions is that the property management company will not care about your business as much as you do. This is always a concern when you hire an outside company to help run a part of your business.
Before you hire a third-party company, you should ask for feedback from others who have used a third-party self-storage company. You should ask them how the service worked for them and if they felt like their self-storage property was treated with a great level of service.
The property management company you are considering should have a plan for your facility. If they do not have a plan or the plan is not one you agree with, you can move on to the next one.
If you are looking for a self-storage property management company that will improve your operations and allow you to maintain your business, contact us today.