Zak Burkons takes over Mi Pueblo restaurant and real estate

Mi Pueblo RestaurantZachary B. Burkons, founder and president of Rent Due, LLC, has been named by Cuyahoga County Common Pleas Court Judge John P. O’Donnell as the court-appointed receiver of the real estate assets and business operations of Mi Pueblo restaurant at W. 122 and Lorain Road in Cleveland. [Read more…]

Rent Due LLC in Plain Dealer story about LeBron James’ car collection

Plain Dealer LogoWhatever happened to the building in Medina County where LeBron James keeps his automobile collection? That’s the question a Plain Dealer reader posed to reporter Peter Krouse.

The story reports that in November, a judge with the Medina County Court of Common Pleas appointed Zak Burkons of Rent Due LLC as a receiver for the property, which had fallen into foreclosure.

All the tenants are up to date on their rent, Burkons said, and a recently filed court document indicates the building is to be sold to Okada America for $1 million.

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Rent Due, LLC launches new website

web address bar graphicRent Due, LLC, has launched a new website that better captures the scope and professionalism of the work done by this downtown-Cleveland firm.

“We offer an integrated hands-on approach that combines our extensive experience as court-appointed receivers with practical property management know-how,” said Zak Burkons, president and founder of the company.

“We wanted a website that shows the depth of our experience and what separates us from our competitors,” he added.

Added to the firm’s  knowledge and experience is a value-driven pricing model that is built with an eye on efficiency. Rent Due provides its clients with the most comprehensive, efficient, honest and cost effective management services in the industry.

Private investors in multi-family real estate projects demand a high quality of professionalism and competence in the management of their project. Rent Due works with to identify its clients’ goals and the path to achieve them.

The Murphy Agency, a Hudson, Ohio-based marketing firm, assisted with the website development.