When choosing a property manager you need to select someone who knows the law and is confident in applying the law. You need to choose someone who will pay attention to the finer details and continually strive to maximise the return on your investment.
Education, ongoing training programs and seminars are also important for a property manager to keep abreast of changing legislation and market conditions. Property management is no longer just collecting the rent; it is a comprehensive management service which should be provided by a professionally trained property manager.
What questions should I ask when engaging a property manager?
Our Property Management team at Ray White Carnegie are highly experienced and skilled to advise real estate investors on property management, leasing and how to get the best from your investments. Ray White Carnegie provide ongoing training to their team of property managers to ensure they are constantly up to date with changes to legislation. For peace of mind, experience, care and excellent communication, talk to the Ray White Carnegie property management team today about receiving the service you deserve.
This article courtesy of the Real Estate Institute of Australia