Farmington Hills, MI (PressExposure) March 07, 2011 -- Michigan property management company, Mutual Property Management, has recently launched a new website. Their new site has been upgraded in effort to allow for easy updates of new rental homes on the market as well as more informative articles. Mutual's new site offers a regularly updated blog and social media options so customers can stay informed of changes in the real estate sales and rentals market.
Founder, president, and nationally ranked mortgage originator, Mark Heppard, established Mutual Property Management in 2008 in order resist the effects of a chillier mortgage climate. Mark Heppard has been ranked among the top 200 mortgage originators in the country for number of loans closed f or twelve consecutive years run. He decided to fill the need for a reputable property management service for his clients due to market conditions. Hundreds of mortgage companies have scaled back their operations, or disappeared completely while trouble in the mortgage industry continues to grow.
In response to his loyal clients who can't sell their homes due to a dire Michigan real estate market, Heppard established a full service property management company. Mutual Property Management helps clients rent homes they can't sell and offers tenant management services. They also help clients take advantage of discounted real estate inventory by assisting them in the purchase of distressed properties for investment ownership. "We really were forced to reinvent ourselves and expand our menu of services beyond just mortgage consulting. We're pleased with the considerable growth we've been fortunate to have over the past two years", says Heppard, who is also a licensed real estate broker.
In an effort to reach clients outside of Michigan and accommodate clients with out of state properties, Heppard has also expanded his internet marketing presence beyond their new website. This will allow them to offer mortgage services in more than 20 states, which is expected to steadily increase. "Many of our clients have second homes, investment properties and referrals outside of Michigan. We now can expand our client base and offer our services to out of state clients", says Heppard.