Property Management

How to choose a Property Manager

Choosing a Property Manager can be a daunting task so we’ve compiled a few tips and tricks that can help you streamline your decision making process.

Like any service, you would be recommended different property management services by friends and family who have used them! While it is important to take these positive experiences into account, make sure you do your own research too!

Finding an understanding, approachable property manager who knows the area and you get along with are some of the keys to a successful partnership.

Make a shortlist and ask questions!

Consider making a shortlist of a few property managers you feel might be a good fit and then spend some time on the phone to them asking them questions. Have a chat about their processes, by discovering how they operate, you’ll be able to see how well they fit! Coronis Property Managers have their real estate license and are mentored to provide the best service to our clients.

Another important question could be about the process for property maintenance and repairs. Will you be contacted each time to discuss appropriate tradespeople, or will your Property Manager have a list of maintenance people on hand?

Be upfront about your expectations

If you have a list of things you expect from your property manager, let them know! The best way to ensure a productive professional relationship is to be upfront about your expectation and have open communication.

Ask them if your expectations are able to be met, this could be help renegotiating the rent or staying on-top of maintenance/wear-and-tear.

Find out what services they offer, and what you’re getting for your money!

Get it right the first time!

Finding a property manager can be a daunting process, but it’s worth taking the time to get it right – having a great property manager from the start can save you a lot of hassle in the long-run.

Speaking to a Property Investment Agent can be a huge help, they are experts in their field and understand the way the Property Managers work.

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