Why Use a Raine & Horne Agent to manage your property

Whether you have just purchased your first investment property or if you are a seasoned investor with a portfolio of investment properties, one of the key decisions you have to make is whether to appoint a property manager to look after your investment or to give it a go yourself.

Using a Raine & Horne Property Manager will cost a small percentage of your total rental income each week, however, the services that a good, highly trained property manager will provide are invaluable, and your will find their services worth far more than this fee

The job of a Property Manager is not just to collect the rent.  It is a wide-ranging management service which may possibly include some or all of the following services:

  • Providing advice on your investments rental value
  • Advertise and marketing for prospective tenants
  • Screening of tenants 
  • Provide a legally binding Tenancy Agreement
  • Collect and lodgement of the bond
  • Regular collection of the rent
  • Complete an initial property condition report
  • Regular inspection of the property
  • Payment utility accounts
  • Provide monthly financial statements
  • Attend the Residential Tenancy Tribunal on your behalf in the event of a dispute with the tenant
  • At the end of the tenancy, conduct a final property condition report  and finalise bond 

The renting and ongoing management of an investment property requires a high level of commitment and work, which we have found that many property owners do not have the time or inclination to handle.

A Raine & Horne property manager receives ongoing training to keep them abreast of changes to legislation, tribunal rulings and market trends to help you get the most from your investment.

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