Leasing – To ensure the prompt letting of your property to a tenant that has been thoroughly screened and qualified for your property.
Property Inspections - to accurately record the condition of your property at tenancy commencement to avoid confusion and or disputes at the end of tenancy.
Routine Inspections - to ensure the condition of your property is being maintained by your Tenant.
Outgoing/Inbound Inspection - to protect the quality of your property by ensuring the property is returned in the same condition as at tenancy commence, fair wear and tear Accepted.
Accounts - to monitor the ingoings and outgoings of your property account to ensure this record is maintained as it should be for an investment property.
Arrears - to monitor any rental arrears to ensure tenants are paying rent under their obligations of their Residential Tenancies Agreement.
Maintenance and Repairs - to coordinate and manage maintenance/repairs and ensure any works carried out at your property are performed by fully qualified and competent trade’s people that also carry appropriate insurances.