As a landlord, you want the best tenants for your properties. But invariably, even the best tenants have demands. And responding to requests, queries and maintenance issues can be time-consuming and stressful. This is where a good property manager can assist.
Property managers are a third party that act as an intermediary between the landlord and the tenants. They listen to the complaints and concerns of tenants, and resolve issues to ensure both parties are happy.
As your property manager, we want you to maximise your rental return. Ensuring your investment property is cleaned, maintained and well-presented for inspections, all pays dividends when it comes to fetching the highest rent possible and securing a great tenant.
To make the process easier, we’ve compiled a checklist of items to help you get your investment property rent-ready.