We Don’t Sell Properties

We Manage Them

Protect future earnings, help clients, and make money

Property Management Referral Program

Next Brick is a full-service property management company that values a relationship with each real estate agent. Our Assurance: When your client expresses a desire in sales, we will contact you immediately, guaranteed.

Referral Partnership Step 1

Refer a Client to Us

Just fill out our referral form to send a referral to us & we promise to take excellent care of our mutual client.

Client Contact Step 2

We Contact the Client

We’ll connect & guide them through our sales process to help them get the best rent amount for their property.

We Pay You

We will pay you up to $500 per unit and when you client add more doors, you get paid additional referral fees.

Next Brick Assurance

You Keep Your Clients

When you send us a referral you increase your chances of getting a future sale out of them. We are often the first to know of their intent to sell their investment property & will refer them back to you.

We'll Put it in Writing

We want you to feel secure & if requested, we will give you a signed copy of our referral agreement so that you have legal protection. We expect our clients and tenants to keep their agreements and we do the same with you.

Reduce Your Liability

Improperly following tenant-law on leasing, fee handling, maintenance issues, turnover, etc. can open you up to legal liability & even having your real estate license placed in jeopardy. Leave leasing to the experts.

We'll Pay You!

Once we get a new property signed up for full service property management we will pay up to $500. Lease-only sign ups get paid 10% of one months rent.

👉We are are here to manage, protect, and optimize your real estate investment.
Single Family
Multi Family
Student Housing

For Real Estate Brokers

Your client will get personalized service from our property management specialist on how to get the most from their rental property.

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