Don't be a good Property Manager be Great
Wondering how to be a great property manager? Being respectful, organized, and efficient will make residents and your management company love you!
If residents aren’t high-fiving you every time you show up to the property you manage, there’s work to do. Whether you’ve been working as a property manager for most of your career, or you’re new to the field, you can always improve.
8.5% + gst Management Fee.
Zero tolerance on rent arrears.
Over 20 years experience in Property Management.
We are personally committed to managing your property as if it was our own.
We offer a Free Rental Appraisal.
Comprehensive written & photographed inspection reports.
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Absolute Rentals Property Management - Helping to Keep YOU & YOUR home safe this summer!
SAFTEY FIRST - with Absolute Rentals Property Management.
Keeping your home safe while you're on holiday.
While you're having a good time on holiday, you want to make sure that your home is going to be safe.
What you should do before you depart-
#Secure all tools
#Secure all ladders, axes, hammers and saws – anything that will help thieves break into your house.
#Lock all doors
#Lock all doors and windows, set alarms and use deadbolts. Don’t forget the garage.
#Leave your curtains open
#Leave your curtains open and your blinds up.
#Turn off all appliances
#Make sure you turn off all appliances at the wall to minimise the risk of electrical fires.
#Prevent leaks by turning off your water
#Prevent leaks by turning off your water. Alternatively, have someone stay at your house or drop in regularly. They won’t be able to stop a pipe leaking or bursting, but they can deal with it sooner.
#Clean out your fridge
#Minimise the amount of food you keep in the fridge and freezer while you’re on holiday. That way, less will be lost if there’s a power cut while you’re away.
#Turn down the ring tone on your phone
#Turn down the ring tone on your phone. Long loud unanswered rings are just another way of shouting out, “No-one’s here.”
#Be careful who you tell
#Don’t advertise your absence on your phone answering machine, sites like Facebook or anywhere else that isn’t secure.
#Leave a number
#Leave an emergency contact number with friends or neighbours.
#Cancel your newspapers
#Cancel newspapers and other deliveries, so they don't pile up on your doorstep and advertise that you're away.
#Keep the garden tidy
#If you are away for an extended period, arrange for someone to come and mow your lawns and tend the garden.
#Ask a friend to help
#If you’re going to be away for an extended period, you may want to ask a friend to pop over once a week or a neighbour to park in your drive occasionally.
#Ask your neighbours to help
#If you know them well enough, ask them to check on your house for litter, branches that have blown down or pot plants that have fallen over – tell-tale signs you've gone away.
#Tell neighbours you're going away
#Tell trusted neighbours that you are going away and arrange for them to collect your mail. Nothing says, “No-one’s home!” like an overflowing mailbox.
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