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Plano Property Management

We Can Help Manage Your Plano Rental Property

Plano Property Management

We offer a full range of property management services tailored to you as an investor, homeowner, or landlord. We have an extensive porfolio with over 300 single family homes, townhouses, condos, and apartments in the Plano area.

The Benefits of using Superior Realty

  • Professional management services
  • Automated invoicing to tenants for rental payments and late fees
  • Automated notification on lease terminations prior to end of leases
  • Electronic payments to owners of rental proceeds
  • Monthly, quarterly or annual income statements available on-line
  • Form 1099-Misc provided at the end of the calendar year
  • Online Owner Portal Access to accounting records and lease documents
  • Industry leading marketing tools
  • 24/7 maintenance request handling
  • Prompt Response to Tenant Requests
  • Low vacancy rate
  • Low time on market
  • Industry specific local knowledge
  • Complete understanding of Texas Property Code relating to Landlord/Tenant issues
  • Representation of Landlords in eviction proceedings in local county justice courts

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What we do as your property manager:

  • Fill vacancies and market properties prior to lease termination
  • Arrangement of professional cleaning services after tenant move-out
  • Advertise your rental on the North Texas MLS
  • Handle tenant and Realtor inquiries
  • Tenant application processing
  • Background and credit investigations for tenants
  • Lease signing using DocuSign
  • Initial Property Inventory upon tenant move-in
  • Final Property Inventory upon tenant move-out
  • Full service repair services, contractor assignment and management
  • Rent collection
  • Accounting for security and pet deposits plus tenant payments
  • Late notices, breach of lease notices and evictions


  • “I have moved around the country a great deal and Brian is the most flexible and knowledgeable real estate professional I have ever known.”
    -Joseph Frankie, III, Col. U. S. Army Retired
  • "We were thrilled with Brian’s help in finding a home for us. Because we were relocating from New York, our Realtors® video taped Plano and different communities and homes. We found our home quickly in only two days because of their great advance work!"
    -Anthony and Katya Williams

Frequently Asked Questions

  • Q: My lease ends this month, can I just go on a month-to-month lease, or do I have to get a new lease?

    A: The Landlord intends to keep the rental cycle on the same schedule. Your lease indicates that you have to renew or provide notice a certain number of days before the lease ends. The Landlord has authorized the Property Manager to notify you that your lease will end and will not be allowed to go month-to-month.  This notice will allow you sufficient time to find another home and move out at the end of your lease. If you wish to renew the lease, you will need to discuss this terms of the renewal and if you are allowed to do so a formal written lease extension will need to be signed.
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Plano Area Information

Settlers came to the area near present-day Plano in the early 1840s. Facilities such as a sawmill, a gristmill, and a store soon brought more people to the area. Mail service was established, and after rejecting several names for the budding town (including naming it in honor of then-President Millard Fillmore), the locals suggested the name Plano (from the Spanish word for "flat"), as a reference to the local terrain. The name was accepted by the post office. In 1872, the completion of the Houston and Central Texas Railway helped the city grow, and the city was officially incorporated in 1873. The population grew to more than 500 by 1874. In 1881, a fire raged through the central business district, destroying most of the buildings. The town was rebuilt and business again flourished through the 1880s. Also in 1881, the city assumed responsibility for what would eventually become Plano Independent School District (PISD), ending the days of Plano being served only by private schools.

The population of Plano initially grew slowly, reaching 1,304 in 1900 and increasing to 3,695 in 1960. By 1970, Plano began to feel some of the boom its neighbors had experienced following World War II. A series of public works projects and a change in taxes that removed the farming community from the town helped increase the overall population of Plano. In 1970, the population reached 17,872, and by 1980, the population had exploded to 72,000. Sewers, schools and street development kept pace with this massive increase, largely due to Plano's flat topography, grid layout and planning initiatives.

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Superior Realty, LLC.

1195 Red Hawk Drive,
Frisco, TX 75033

Phone: 972-333-5270
Fax: 214.291.2516
Email: brian.patrick@att.net