At Essential Property Management, we're pleased to provide some of the best property management services available in the five boroughs of New York City, and Long Island.

We have more than two decades of property management experience. In that time, we've learned what it takes to succeed in New York's rental market.

We're endlessly driven to ensure we're helping all our clients achieve their rental property investment goals. We know that no two properties are quite alike, and neither are the solutions most suitable to their owners. That's why we'll take a personalized approach in helping you make the most of your rental property.

Here's an Overview of Areas We Serve in New York

Suffolk County

Suffolk County is the fourth-most populous county in the state, following only Brooklyn, Queens, and Manhattan. Its county seat is Riverhead, a charming census designated place. You can find Suffolk County in the easternmost part of the state of New York, surrounded by water on three of its sides.

Suffolk County has a long history. It was founded back in the 17th century and named after a county in England. It's known for being one a particularly affluent county. In particular, the town of Southampton is one of the richest areas in the country.

Brooklyn

When it comes to the most exciting areas for a property investment in the state, it's hard to beat Brooklyn. For starters, it has a bigger population than any county in New York, and it has the second biggest population of any county in the United States, after only New York County.

Brooklyn has undergone massive change in the past two decades. Previously a relatively affordable industrial and residential area, property values in Brooklyn have skyrocketed in recent years. Housing has become less affordable, and a wide array of new industries have moved in.

Queens

Queens is the biggest county in the state when it comes to size, but not to population—though it does also boast a population of more than two million people.

If Queens were a city—rather than a borough and a county—it would be the fifth biggest city in the country. Every type of neighborhood and property type can be found in Queens.

Queens is considered to have more linguistic diversity than any place in the world, as well as the most diversified economy of any of the boroughs. It's home to both major New York airports, numerous parks and stadiums, in addition to many different kinds of housing.

Property investors considering an investment property in New York will be able to find what they're looking for in Queens.

Nassau County

Nassau County can be found on western Long Island, and it shares borders with both Queens and Suffolk Counties. The largest town in Nassau County is Hempstead, and the county seat is the pleasant village of Mineola.

Nassau County is considered to be one of the wealthiest and most prestigious counties in all of the county, as four of the top ten richest towns in the United States can be found in Nassau County.

Because of Nassau County's wealthy residents and high property taxes, amenities are well-funded, and the schools are some of the best in the nation.

Hempstead

The town of Hampstead can be found in Nassau County, on the western side of Long Island. It has a population that is nearing a million people, which certainly makes it the biggest town in the state. If it were a city, it would be the second biggest in the state, behind only New York city, but it remains unincorporated.

Hamstead is home to popular beaches, including Jones Beach State Park, which millions of people visit every year. Within Hampstead, there are dozens of smaller villages and hamlets. Investors looking for relatively rural and peaceful properties should be sure to investigate Hampstead's real estate market.