When finding the Property Manager best suited to care for your investment property, there are certain qualities to look for.
A great Property Manager should be giving you regular updates on your property, from rental payments to maintenance issues. Set your expectations from the beginning and inform your Property Manager about the frequency of communication you prefer. Meanwhile, your Property Manager should be able to respond to requests and questions in a timely fashion.
Ideally, your Property Manager would be able to handle even the most minor details of an issue as soon as possible. If your rental property requires some repairs, for example, your Property Manager should be able to contact a skilled and qualified tradesperson and schedule the repairs on your behalf without you needing to chase them up.
You might have an investment property that requires a Property Manager with more experience handling that type of property. When researching Property Managers, make sure they regularly train and upskill their staff to regularly bring up their expertise.
A good Property Manager must be up to date with constantly changing legal requirements. Your Property Manager should be able to advise you on how legislative updates affect you and your investment property.
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