Hillsborough Property Management
We Can Help Manage Your Hillsborough Rental Property
You need a company you can trust to handle your Residential Property Management operational responsibilities.
We have the experience you want in property management. We offer full service management of residential properties
as well as an a la cart menu of services. We have a dedicated team of professionals ready to help you maximize
your profits without sacrificing on service.
We offer various options to meet the your needs. Whether you need a little help finding a tenant or want to pass everything off to us, we have a plan that will fit your needs.
The Benefits of using PPA Properties
- No hassle management
- Automated owner statements
- Online Owner Portal Access
- Industry leading marketing tools
- 24/7 maintenance request handling
- Prompt Response to Tenant Requests
- Low vacancy rate
- Low time on market
- Industry specific local knowledge
Inquire About Our Services
Leasing Only Service:
- Perform Comparative Market Analysis (CMA) of your property and help determine a competitive rental rate
- Take pictures of the property for advertising
- Provide maximum exposure by listing your property on over 15 websites, including Triangle Multiple Listing Service( TMLS), and Craigslist
- Employment/Income Verification
- Credit check
- Landlord References
- Criminal Background check
- Sex Offender Registry check
- Post "For Lease" signage at your property
- Receive phone calls and handle all inquiries about your property
- Facilitate tenant application process
- Show your property to qualified prospective tenants
- Facilitate lease signing with selected tenant
- Collect security deposit
- Perform move-in inspection
Full Service Management:
- Includes all of the benefits of Leasing Service, plus:
- Collect monthly rent from tenants and submit payments to owner
- Handle maintenance and repair issues
- Maintain communication with tenants and serve as liaison between tenant and owner
- Provide monthly and year-end financial statements to owners
- Perform regular inspections of the property
- Facilitate move-out process
- Represent owner in small claims court in the event of eviction proceedings
Hillsborough Area Information
There has been a village on this site for hundreds of years, beginning with three successive Native American villages spanning from AD 1000 to 1710.
Orange County was founded in 1752. Two years later Hillsborough was laid out by William Churton on land where the Great Indian Trading Path crossed the Eno River. The street names — Tryon, Wake, King, Queen, Churton — still recall this early history. William Churton first laid out the town of Hillsborough, then called Orange, on 400 General Cornwallis acres granted by the Honorable John Earl Granville.
He provided for spacious public squares at each intersection of main streets. In 1766, however, this plan was abandoned, and in spite of the hilly situation of the town, the familiar checkerboard-and-cross street plan was employed. Hillsborough took its present name in 1766 after the Irish peer, William Hill, Earl of Hillsborough, Secretary of State for the Colonies from 1768 to 1772 under George III in 1754.
Hillsborough was a center of political activity during the Colonial General Sherman and Revolutionary period. Several royal and elected governors lived here, as did a signer of the Declaration of Independence, William Hooper, whose house still stands. The War of the Regulation (1766-1771) ended here. The town hosted the third Provincial Congress (1775); the state’s constitutional Convention of 1778, which demanded that a Bill of Rights be added to the U.S. Constitution; and five General Assemblies (1778, 1780, 1782-1784). General Cornwallis raised the Royal Standard here in 1781. Hillsborough remained a political and cultural Courthouse center in the nineteenth century. It was from temporary headquarters near town that General Joseph E. Johnston rode out to surrender the largest of the Confederate armies to General Sherman in 1865.
There remain more than 100 late eighteenth and nineteenth century structures that illustrate the Town's early history. In addition, there are numerous secondary buildings, bridges, millsites and dams along the Eno, and Native American relics from the locations of ancients towns stretching back