As managers who think and operate like landlords, we are always trying to innovate by looking for new solutions to old problems.

Our open-door policy and valuing transparency have raised the standard in property management in Tyler. This is the core of NWP’s business philosophy and practice.

We use state-of-the-art property management software, and we customize our reports to your preferences. These reports include but are not limited to:

NWP Is Data-Driven

NWP constantly strives to provide our clients with the information they will find useful and give them a clear idea as to how their buildings are performing.

We examine these reports to determine how best to move forward. Using them, we constantly compare like-size buildings and seek ways to reduce expenses.

NWP Stays in Touch

At Nanci Wright Property Management, transparency is a core value. We promise that our agents will frequent your buildings and stay in touch with you about them.

We also provide monthly reports detailing how many times your property manager has been in your building and every issue with the property that month.

In addition, our walk-through reports are sent to you monthly. Our agents provide detailed reports 2 to 3 months before free-market leases expire. We perform market research and report on the type of tenancy, details in increase history, and our suggested increases. We also provide “early bird “ lease renewals.

We have perfected a system of balances between retention and increased rent.

We Take Utmost Care With Your Property

NWP staff visits and meets with all of our tenants frequently. We know our tenants well and accurately predict vacancy and settlement factors. We are always in control of what occurs in a building.

When we do key fobs for our buildings, we keep the keys in-house, so we ensure only registered tenants have keys. NWP has unique ways of communicating with our residents and keeping them happy.

Because we maintain friendly relationships with our tenants, they give us plenty of notice when they intend to vacate. This allows us to show the property and minimize vacancy.