Benefits of using The Property Project to manage your investment.
So now you have made the decision to buy an investment property, well done, decision one – tick!!
Now ask yourself, should we use a property manager or not?
Will you employ a property manager to help you, or will you manage it yourself? Although you may think you are financially-savvy, when it comes to finding tenants, dealing with day-to-day property issues or legal issues you may find yourself unwittingly exposed. The Property Project can help make sure you receive a reliable income stream, excellent capital growth and the best returns possible – as well as a guarantee of exceptional customer service.
You will receive regular and thorough property inspection reports, copies of all important documents and regularly review rent rates and the local market to help you achieve the best outcome. The Property Project removes the hassle out of everything from the day-to-day financials to maintenance – and all the details in between, because here at The Property Project we believe ‘it’s the little things’ that make the big difference.
A property manager costs a fraction of your total rental income, however the services and expertise offered by a good property manager is worth much much more than this fee, plus in many cases the agent’s service fee is tax deductable.
Whether you are overseas or based in Australia, you’ll want to make the most out of your real estate investment. You may have plans to purchase an investment property, or already own a home or apartment to rent out to tenants. Either way, The Property Project can help you maximise your returns – offering a mix of investment and property management to address every possible circumstance on your behalf.
The key roles of our Property Managers:
- Advertising your property for rent
- unlimited openings of your rental property for viewings
- Screening tenants including reference checks, rental history review, plus credit screening
- Thorough management the property condition report process
- Onsite tenant induction to the property and the tenancy agreement setting the expectation
- Manage your financial accounts for the investment property and provide regular reports
- Inspect the property on a regular basis
- Organise tradespeople for repairs and maintenance
- Acting as the conduit between you the owner and the tenants
- Minimising the clients exposure to risk and maximising their investment return