At ProWay Property Management, our team is composed of in-office staff, and on-field maintenance professionals, full-service contractors and inspectors. Our core in-office team helps to synchronize tenant placement, maintenance requests, and structural property issues, in an efficient manner, through an integrated web-based portal. We work with individual landlords to manage single properties, along with diverse investment groups, for whom we manage multiple income-producing properties.
CEO and Founder
Mike is the CEO and founder of ProWay Property Management. He founded ProWay Property Management with an aim to provide solutions to investors and landlords suffering from the variables that often plague rental properties. As a veteran rental home developer, he has first-hand experience in dealing with property management companies, and has personally structured ProWay Property Management around the most important needs of landlords.
Anita is the controller for ProWay Property Management, and has been a valued part of the team since the inception of the company. Anita oversees much of the accounting services, and ensures that all ownership transfers are completed smoothly. She handles insurance issues, keeps records of all tax payments and is the main contact for landlords interested in receiving updates on their properties
Tenant Screening and Placement
Dina holds a variety of roles for ProWay Property Management, the most important of which is tenant screening and placement. She is responsible for first contact with all tenants, and utilizes a multitude of screening processes to ensure that only the most responsible tenants are placed into rental properties. She coordinates all tenant move-ins, and ensures all properties are certified for occupancy.
Al assists in tenant screening and placement, but has a primary role in marketing homes for rent and coordinating such listings with various tenant placement services. Al has a history in law enforcement, which greatly diversifies his ability to assist in the rare occurrence of evictions.