Contracting the right person to manage your residential property can make or break your investment’s success. Take time to carefully consider these qualities throughout the selection process.
Your Property Manager Should Be Close to Your Rental
If there are any problems, queries, or matters that arise in regard to your rental property, you’re going to need a property manager who is geographically close to take prompt action. The closer the manager is located to the property, the sooner issues can be resolved.
If COVID-19 has taught us anything, it’s that you can’t underestimate the value of having a property manager in close proximity to your rental property to keep things running smoothly (and by things we mean: tenants secured, your tenant’s health and safety is maintained, and repairs are swift… the list goes on.
Your Property Manager Should Be Organised
While being organised should be a given for property managers, larger organisations can allow for larger breakdowns in communication. At Williams Property Solutions, you’ll be working one-on-one with Maz throughout your entire rental journey. With ambitions to keep her portfolio to less than 100 properties, you’ll be safeguarded with punctual systems and processes that you’d expect from larger organisations yet with the added convenience of attention and care unique to a small boutique business.
Your Property Manager Should Maintain Professionalism at All Times
The way in which a property manager presents themselves can more often than not reflect their management style. And if there’s one thing Maz at Williams Property Solutions has in spades, it’s a professional style that’s approachable, creative, and smart. When considering who will manage your rental property, ask yourself: does their professionalism align with my values? Visualise working together to predict and ensure successful management of your residential property.