Did you know that letting fees affect the profitability of your property investment?
It’s true. Even though tenants pay the letting fees, they cost you, the property owner.
In short, letting fees incentivise property managers to have a high tenant turnover rate, and that usually means more wear and tear on your property. (You can read more about how letting fees affect property owners here.)
What’s more, because tenants don’t like paying letting fees, they’ll often try and negotiate a lower rent – and that directly affects your rental income. Not good!
Bridgman Property Management is different…
We don’t charge letting fees. Plus we’re 100% independent, so we don’t have any ulterior motives. Discover the 7 reasons why you’re better off with Bridgman Property Management.
Besides, I’m a property investor too.
In my 25 years of property management experience, I’ve never had a rent default or property damage – and I’d like to achieve the same for your property portfolio.
Take the next step to expert property management in Auckland
Just contact me, Barry Bridgman, for a free, no-obligation discussion of your property management needs:
Phone: 09 638 9415
Mobile: 027 475 9735
I’m looking forward to hearing from you!
Barry Bridgman, NZCE
Director and Property Manager
Bridgman Property Management Limited
PS. Discover why some property management ends in disaster…
When it comes to property management, it pays to be well-informed. Just a little bit of extra knowledge can make the difference between profitable property investment – and expensive disasters.
Discover how to make your property investment more profitable. In the Free Report ‘Why Some Property Management Ends in Disaster‘ I share my tips on:
- How to deal with late rent payments.
- How to let your property for 52 weeks of the year (you shouldn’t need a 4-week vacant period!)
- Questions you should ask a prospective property manager.
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