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Reeder Asset management issue notice related to covid-19 for owners and renters.
Please read carefully and follow those instruction properly.
Reeder asset management Owners and renters should be aware of the COVID-19 updates
We wanted to share an update on local outreach and improvements to our operations as we continue to serve our residents and owners through our property management services.
However, our entire staff at Reeder Asset Management would like to convey our heartfelt condolences to everyone affected by the ongoing COVID-19 problem and its consequences on our community in Utah.
Despite the fact that we never planned to have to work as property managers with social distancing procedures in place, our team is ready to help you in any situation.
We’re trying our best to carry on as usual, with additional safety precautions in place to ensure the safety of our residents, owners, and trained employees.
Concerning Rental Payments
Reeder Asset Management is presently offering a deferral option for our residents who require assistance with rental payments as a result of the COVID-19 economic impact!
As we continue to watch the situation, please check back here for updates on our activities. Please contact our offices at (801) 828-8944 or (435) 755-8689 for quick assistance.
If you have experienced a fall in salary, loss of employment, or other financial hardship as a result of COVID-19, this will help us to better support you.
What is Reeder asset management & How does It Work?
Our family-owned and run business has over 20 years of property management experience. Our crew is never far away with four sites in Northern Utah.
We started looking for a good property management company to manage our increasing portfolio of properties many years ago as property owners and long-time investors.
We formed our own team of property management professionals after becoming frustrated with our search, and Reeder Asset Management was born.
Our expertise as property owners provides our clients with the security that we share the same thoughts and experiences regarding their investments that most property management businesses do not.
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