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Turning Properties into “Homes”

Turning Properties into “Homes”

A rental property is more than just a temporary accommodation.  It is a place that many individuals and families call home.  That distinction matters to Jeff Wright, Broker/Owner of Foundation First Property Group.  “Our goal is to satisfy the needs of the housing community by providing clean, comfortable and well maintained rental housing to all of our residents while protecting and maintaining the integrity of our property owner’s investment.”

It’s a balance between both parties – the property owners and the residents – which puts Foundation First in the “people business,” Jeff said.  “We work to balance the owner’s desire to minimize expenses while at the same time providing our residents with an enjoyable rental experience.”  “We work specifically with owners who care about maintaining the condition of their properties.  Avoiding and prolonging routine maintenance and repairs can quickly turn a rental experience into a landlording nightmare.”

Jeff began his investment career with his first multi-unit purchase in 2008.  While self-managing his growing portfolio, he earned his real estate license in 2013 and later obtained his broker’s license in 2017.  This allowed Jeff to offer his services to other property investors looking for someone to manage their portfolio.

Foundation First Property Group, located at 52 ½ Frederick St., Hanover, offers professional property management services and assistance with the sale and acquisition of investment real estate.

Jeff enjoys attending educational conferences with other investors and property managers.  He loves sharing his knowledge and experiences with Foundation First clients to ensure they maximize the return on their real estate holdings.

Property management and investing is something Jeff has balanced well, allowing him the flexibility to travel with his wife, Wendy,  and daughter, Julia.  “We enjoy hiking and seeing this world on foot.  Some of our favorite trips have been to Utah, Iceland, the Galapagos Islands and to Machu Picchu in Peru.”  Jeff said.

The desire to travel came from Wendy’s parents, who always talked about traveling the country after retirement, only to be held back from various knee and hip issues.  So Jeff and Wendy decided to make it a priority.

The family also attends Hope Baptist Church, where Wendy serves in the role of Treasurer, and Jeff is the Chairman of the Deacons, as well as the deaf leader, which involves teaching and signing the deaf Sunday School class and interpreting the church services.  Julia attends Hope Christian School and is actively involved in the music ministry.

To learn more about Foundation First Property Group, visit FoundationFirst PG.com


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