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Harper Woods Property Management

We are the leaders in Harper Woods property management. We believe property management is more than placing tenants and collecting rent.  We’ve certainly built a reputation for friendly, professional service. Our experience amounts to nearly 30 years of management and brokerage experience. We work diligently to maintain your satisfaction and therefore help you meet your investment goals. At Nelson Property Management, we don’t just make big promises. We deliver big results. We are committed to offering a professional property management service that is cost-effective, practical and professional.

What we offer as your Harper Woods Property Manager

  • Property Marketing
  • Tenant Screening
  • Rent Collection
  • Maintenance
  • Property Inspections
  • Financial Reporting
  • Evictions
  • Legal Guidance

Are You Tired Of Dealing With Tenants & Playing Landlord?

Finally, get the most out of your Rental Property and get a Rental Appraisal today. Do you need assistance with your rental property for lease? Are you finding a new tenant for a vacant or existing property? Or managing your occupied property? In addition, we work with property owners all over Harper Woods. Contact us today to find out how much you can earn in rent. Property Management in Harper Woods is what we know! We can certainly provide you with a rental analysis. Simply fill out the form below

Area Information for Harper Woods

Harper Woods is located between the City of Detroit and St. Clair Shores, and between Detroit and the Grosse Pointes. Harper Wood borders Macomb County on the 8 Mile Road side. It is located along I-94. Eastland Shopping Center is the community’s shopping center. Harper Woods has no rail access and it has no industries. Harper Woods was incorporated as a city on February 19, 1951 from what was left of Gratiot Township. A charter commission was elected, a charter prepared and adopted, and a city council elected. The City of Harper Woods came into existence on October 29, 1951, when the charter took effect and the first city council was sworn in.