Bayshore is a charming suburban community of Wilmington located between Ogden and Porter’s Neck in New Hanover County.
Residents have an abundance of marsh and waterfront views. It’s has a family-friendly vibe making it a favorite for families and it’s only minutes from Mayfaire Shopping Area and the beach.
Bayshore has a population of approximately 4,700 consisting primarily of young professionals and retirees.
With its suburban feel and highly rated public schools, Bayshore is considered one of the best places to live in North Carolina.
Property Management Services We Provide:
- Credit checks
- Criminal background checks
- Tenant screening & rent verifications
- Collections & court proceedings
- Maintenance & repairs
- Lease Renewals
- Property Inspections
- Preparation for re-rent
- Handling tenant complaints
- 24 Hour emergency service
- Online interface
The Wilmington Realty Advantage
Established in 1985, Wilmington Realty is one of the oldest, largest, and most reputable property management companies in the Wilmington area. Our friendly, experienced, and professional staff is always available and willing to help with your property management needs.
Wilmington Realty property management handles rental properties exclusively, focusing on Wilmington and surrounding areas. Custom-tailored management based on your preferences, comprehensive tenant screening, and low vacancy rates with minimal turnover, are but a few of the qualities that set us apart from the others. Property maintenance is expertly provided by experienced maintenance staff with the goal of addressing each and every maintenance issue timely and effectively.
Our new state of the art property management software allows tenants to check their balance, pay online, submit maintenance requests, and allows owners to view reports and shared documents.
To maximize your return on investment as a property owner, or to find the ideal and most suitable rental as a tenant, call us today at (910) 799-0554 and find out more about the “Wilimington Realty Advantage!”