Abode Property Consultants work hard to make your property buzzworthy, and while at it they get noticed for doing something simple, good or just plain awesome.
Recently featured on Let’s talk PM - our very own “ZeroVacancyGal”
My name is Jumie Omole and I am the zero vacancy gal and founder of Abode Property Management. The birth of Abode Property Management in 2006 was a personal one, but has grown into a full service property management firm based in Toronto, Ontario. Our expertise is solving landlord property woes with head and heart.
We offer “all inclusive service plans” which cater to issues such as tenant screen, high profile marketing, electronic submission and tracking of maintenance requests, periodic inspections, project management of renovations, rent deposits and access to trustworthy partners, with added perks such as peace of mind, tax savings, and zero vacancies.
My love for real estate began in 2003; I had graduated with a Hons. B.A in Economics and had a couple of years experience working in the financial industry but yearned for more of a challenge. So, the challenge of choice for me at that time was to pursue and become a licensed real estate agent. I juggled being a realtor with being a wife, mother, sister and friend but soon discovered my passion was beyond simply earning a “commission”.
I’m happily married to my husband who is still puzzled on why i enjoy and love taking on other peoples’ stress. We are blessed with two kids and continuously seek God’s love and guidance as we navigate the entrepreneurial path as a family. By faith my motto is “Nothing to Fear”, and I believe irrespective of if a landlord owns 1 or many properties, he/she deserves a zero vacancy gal and the team at Abode to genuinely have their best interests at heart.
Also, At Abode we believe ”Knowledge is Power” , and to empower you the “Property Owner“ , here’s the latest buzz in Canadian Real Estate News and Commentaries .
- Condo builders push merits of concrete
- Investor breaks even on Vancouver condo sale
- Offer bests Don Mills bungalow’s list price by $82,800
- Toronto Entertainment District condo meets demand
- Four bids for New Toronto home
- Multiple offers for hard-to-get Davisville home
- Reduced and relisted, Bloor West home sells