Putting Value into Property Management

Property investors, do you ever wish that managing your investment was more profitable and less stressful?
Find out here how that's possible.

How to attract an A1 tenant from Day One

Whereas a scruffy property attracts less-than-desirable tenants, a neat property is likely to attract neat tenants.

1st January 2016

The minute you start marketing your property for let, it’s like trying to attract the best applicant on merit. Just like a job application, your property needs to have a ‘first-in, best-dressed’ mentality. That’s because your property is competing against …

How to adopt a pay-as-you-go policy for repairing tenant damage

How to adopt a pay-as-you-go policy for repairing tenant damage.

1st December 2015

Many landlords sweep tenant damage issues under the proverbial rug, as they freeze up at the thought of having to approach tenants for money for damage. If this is your approach to tenant damage, you are sending the tenants a …

Case study: How to turn tenant damage into great service

How to turn tenant damage into great service.

1st November 2015

It’s important to address tenant damage immediately (whether it’s accidental or otherwise): after all, the tenant is going to be far more motivated during the tenancy, when they still want to reside at the property, than at the end, when …

If a Property Manager offers a maintenance service, they actually have to deliver a maintenance service

Here’s what to expect from a Property Manager who offers a rental property maintenance service (this may surprise you).

1st September 2015

Self-managing owners of rental properties can undertake as many (or few) repairs and maintenance as they wish. After all, it’s their decision if they choose to forgo maintenance on their own property. It’s a different scenario if you hire a …

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