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property management and miscellaneous frequently asked questions

As an investor or potential investor we are sure you have questions with regards to what you expect from your property management company. We have put together a list which can help you determine if the service is right for you and what you can expect from us. We hope you find them helpful.

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Property management for landlords

Any residential or commercial property must be taken care of from both a physical and a tenant-relations standpoint and that is what we do. We maintain and upgrade facilities while acting as liaison between the owner of the property and tenants. Rental properties require the physical upkeep of the property as well as the managemement of income and expenses.

We are able to maintain a standard of excellence in coordinating all phases of property management. We take property management seriously. This is your asset and we are privileged to participate in your investment strategy. Our approach and process to property management can be tailored to each client's individual needs. We view each building we manage as an asset and develop customized plans to meet each specific need. Our management service provides you with the opportunity to maximize your real estate profits. We pay close attention to your present and future return on the investment. Our goal is to maintain your investment and preserve your cashflow – both short term and long term.

Our management fees are based on a percentage of actual collected rents. This means simply that we are not successful unless you are.

We focus on the following areas to cover your property management needs:

full scale property management:

  • regular inspections of the property
  • arranging repairs and maintenance
  • supervision of building works and decorations
  • obtaining and inspecting local contractors
  • collection of rent and service charge
  • secure or renew all vendor contracts
  • pursue and evaluate all costs savings opportunities
  • arranging payment of outgoings
  • detailed records and accounting reports
  • careful tenant selection to find quality tenants, background check, credit and personal screening
  • drawing up the tenancy agreement
  • managing the move-in and move-out process
  • advising on deposit deductions
  • drafting and executing leases

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