We're ceasing business

Effective June 15, 2022, Ginn Property Management will be ceasing business and is no longer taking new landlord clients. All inquiries about Ginn Property Management should be directed to [email protected].

If you are interested in leasing a residential unit owned by a Ginn Property Management client, please click on the below link.

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“At Ginn Property Management, we believe in championing growth for the communities we serve. We have a full suite of professional services and resources that allow us to tackle projects of any scale or caliber.”

Patrick GINN, CEO

About Ginn Property Management

Quality Service You Can Trust

Our dedicated property management team delivers consistent and reliable service to tenants, owners, and investors. We're unique in that we exclusively manage homes built by Ginn, which means we are experts in every aspect of our properties, treat them as our own, and ensure the quality of our homes. Our properties are maintained with the utmost care and attention to detail to deliver a quality living experience for every tenant.

Each home we manage was built by Ginn and our team of trusted vendors to provide the highest standards of comfort and convenience to our tenants. Our property managers, agents, and maintenance professionals are available to answer questions, resolve issues, and help you find a home that suits your needs.

Our offerings include:

  • Spacious, clean, and affordable homes equipped with modern appliances and convenient amenities
  • Convenient, online rent payment and maintenance requests
  • Knowledgeable, local managers and trusted maintenance professionals
  • On-call emergency maintenance
  • And much more!

Frequently Asked Maintenance Questions

Central furnace or HVAC filters are designed to filter air throughout a home, they are typically located upstairs in the large ceiling grate. It is recommended that you change the filter every 3-4 months. This will ensure proper air circulation and help maintain the system. Your heating and cooling costs will be higher if you don’t change them often. If your unit stops cooling, 90% of the time it is due to a dirty filter, change air filter and turn off unit for 24 hours to let thaw.

Your smoke detectors are electric with battery back up. It is recommended to test the alarms once a months and to change the batteries at least once a year.

If your fridge has a water/ice dispenser, you will be responsible for changing the filter when the indicator light is on.

If your garbage disposal is not working, please complete the following prior to submitting a maintenance request: Ensure no items in sink drain that could be blocking garbage disposal. Check to ensure unit is plugged in, press the reset button on bottom of garbage disposal unit, and use garbage disposal key to un-seize debris(Google or YouTube is a good source for info). Check the electrical breaker to ensure in ON position.

Pest Control is a tenant responsibility. If you have ants, we recommend the TERRO brand ant bait.

The recommended temperature the water heater is 120F. If leaving town, place water heater in Vacation mode, it enables water heater users to reduce a water heater’s energy consumption, while powering it with just enough energy to prevent frozen pipes.

As the weather gets colder (before Halloween), you will need to remove all hoses otherwise the faucets will freeze and cause a leask, place the Styrofoam cover on all faucets and foundation vents and remove in the spring when the weather starts to warm up.

Keep the machine level. Leave the washer lid or door open between loads to dry out the unit and keep it smelling fresh. On front-loading washers, wipe down the rubber seal around the door after doing your laundry. Don't overload the machine. Use the appropriate amount of water for the size of the load. Wash heavy or bulky items in small loads since large loads are harder on the appliance.

If your dryer is not drying clothes, please ensure that there is no lint in the lint trap, you may have a secondary trap in the wall above the dryer, this should be cleaned every load. Don't overload the machine. Read and follow the manufacturer’s operating instructions. Keep the entire area clean and free of clutter, boxes and other materials. Don’t store items on the top of the washer and dryer. Consult operating instructions prior to drying an item that has been soiled with chemicals such as gasoline, cooking oil or paint.

You are responsible to maintain Renter’s Insurance coverage throughout tenancy. If you do not have coverage, you will be enrolled in out Landlord Liability coverage, at your cost. Landlord Liability insurance will NOT cover personal property in cases of theft or disaster.

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