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Tony Bobadilla

Tony Bobadilla

Soy bilingüe y me comunico muy bien con personas de habla hispana. Soy parte integral de Team Athey, trabajando en el mercado de bienes raíces y administración de propiedades de Dallas desde 2007. Estoy aquí para traducir sus necesidades de administración de propiedades y servicios inmobiliarios. Me encantaría la oportunidad de hablar con usted. ¡Contácteme hoy para conocer más sobre los servicios que ofrecemos!

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Property Management Blog

Tuesday, May 15, 2018

Have you ever wondered what to do with that empty Amazon or moving box other than turn it into landfill fodder

Give it new life by creating an Amazon Give Back Box.   Read More »

Wednesday, May 09, 2018


WYLIE: 972-442-2804  Read More »

Tuesday, April 10, 2018

Congratulations Timothy Bishop!
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In the Spotlight …  Read More »

Thursday, March 15, 2018

CO Detector Safety Tips

SAFETY TIP from our Service Manager, Tony Bobadilla  Read More »

Friday, February 23, 2018

CACCC Volunteers

Lauren, Leslie, Jamie, Tony, Sarah, Laura and Chuck  Read More »

Tuesday, February 06, 2018

How to be a good landlord/property manager:

1. Run Your Property Like a Business. Some landlords do a terrible job at running their business. It might be because they see it as a “side-gig” or a hobby” more than a business. However, when you treat your business with the respect, systems, and organization that you would treat any other business venture, amazing things can happen. What contingency plans do you have in place so maintenance concerns can be resolved without your direct involvement (in case you happen to go on vacation the day something major happens)? When you shift your view as a landlord to a “business owner” — and treat your company as such - you will find far greater success.  Read More »

Tuesday, February 06, 2018

How to be a good tenant

1. Read your lease. No, seriously read it. It won’t be the most exciting night table material but you’ll thank yourself when you do read it. A lease is a binding legal contract. It creates a binding relationship between you and your landlord. What are you agreeing to? If you don’t understand, ask questions before you sign it.  Read More »

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