Signs you should fire your property manager – Inspect Regularly

They don’t inspect the property regularly

In Australia, it’s standard practice for property managers to conduct regular inspections of the property.

Depending on which state your property is located in, this can vary anywhere between once a year to four times annually.

It should include a decent inspection of both the inside and outside of the property, and a detailed report should be provided afterward.

If your property manager is failing to do this, then simply put, they’re failing to do their job properly.

A good property manager can make it seem like owning investment properties is a total breeze— and you only realise quite how valuable they are when you experience the full impact of working with a dud one.

Remember that at the end of the day, you invest in property to make a profit and grow your wealth.

If your property manager isn’t doing their best to optimise your investment, then they’re ultimately costing you money.

RealRenta has all the tools that a property manager has but for less than ¼ the cost of a property manager.

Join now and the cost is less than a cup of coffee a week to manage your rental property

RealRenta also has a free vision, so why not check it out

Jason Gwerder
Friday, 22 April 2022

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