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How to choose a property manager?
Raine and Horne Murraylands’ Milaina Gregory introduces you to the ins and outs of managing an investment property in Murray Bridge and surrounds.
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You’ve made the decision to invest in property, you’ve spent hundreds of thousands of dollars on that investment – now how do you make the most of it?
Unless you plan on creating a lot more work for yourself, you’ll need a property manager: someone who can make sure your investment will pay dividends in the form of rental income.
But a property manager’s job is about much more than just finding a tenant and making sure the rent is paid on time.
Think of how much hassle that person will save you:
preparing a lease agreement
managing regular property inspections
organising tradespeople to fix any faults, such as plumbing or electrical jobs
maintaining an up-to-date understanding of the legal requirements placed on you and your tenants
Any property manager should be able to do these things.
But a really good property manager will go the extra mile.
Raine and Horne Murraylands’ Milaina Gregory – named the company’s best new talent in property management for all of South Australia in February – falls into the latter category.
“We like to generate really good relationships with our owners,” she says.
“We don’t always like to be calling you with bad news, like ‘the hot water service is broken’; we like to keep in touch.
“What sets us apart is that we’re a family business – that’s really important to us and it is reflected through our service.”
Property owners don’t just choose Raine and Horne Murraylands when they’ve bought or sold through the agency – many of their clients have signed on after recommendations from friends, and maintain an ongoing relationship with a property manager for years at a time.
Their reviews, like this one from a Murray Bridge investor, are typically positive:
“We are thrilled with the level of service provided by Milaina, as our property manager with Raine and Horne Murraylands. Her efficient, friendly manner keeps us informed, inspections are conducted in a timely manner and she has a high level of attention to detail, ensuring no maintenance item goes unnoticed. We are very confident that our property investments are in very capable hands.”
So if you’re considering renting out a property, or want to make the most of an existing investment, call the locals you can trust – call Raine and Horne Murraylands.
“If you’re on the fence, we can come out, have a chat and go from there,” Milaina says.
“We know the community, we know the market, and we can help you figure out your property’s value as a rental.”
Request a free rental appraisal: Visit www.raineandhorne.com.au and select “appraisal type: rental”.
The team at Raine and Horne Murraylands are here to help you with advice on any real estate matter.
Visit www.raineandhorne.com.au/murraylands, call 8532 3833 or drop into the office at 4 Seventh Street, Murray Bridge.
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