Monday, April 20, 2015

What a Property Manager Can Do for You

Investing in real estate has many benefits, but deciding to place a home for rent is a task that has many responsibilities attached to it. Becoming a landlord for your own lettings comes with a lot of hard work and, sad to say, headaches. From dealing with rude tenants to fixing minor household problems, these seemingly small tasks can pile up to become burdensome. In cases where you own more than one property, an estate agent can happily endorse you to an accredited property manager.

Hassle Free Lettings

Property professionals that have been accredited by the right organisations (SAFEAgent and ARLA) are dedicated to helping both landlords and tenants. These are some obligations property managers should uphold:

  • Managing everything from the smallest repairs to full refurbishment.
  • Help prepare properties for the rental market.
  • Introduce you to the best contractors in the area.
  • Arrange various safety certificates such as: gas and electrics.
  • Manage the property throughout the tenancy.

A Property Manager’s Work is Never Done!

Entrusting your home to a property manager ensures that all your worries will be put to rest. These ARLA trained professionals will care for your property and give you updates during routine maintenance checks. A full inspection report that includes photos will be handed to you by the managers as soon as possible. The best thing about hiring an estate agent as a property manager is the lack of unnecessary downtime between lets. Don’t waste the opportunity to put your property on the market. It the hands of property managers, your investment will not go to waste.

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