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Why you need a property manager

Owning and maintaining a rental property is a specialised business. A professional property manager works in the best interests of the property owner, and has the time, knowledge and expertise to effectively manage your property on your behalf. Amongst other things, a property manager can:

  • Manage the relationship with your tenant effectively
  • Ensure that rent payments are made in accordance with the agreement
  • Ensure that the maintenance of your property is kept up to date
  • Provide you with an arms-length relationship with your tenants, which can be particularly useful in any negotiation, review or termination of tenancy.

 

Most importantly, a professional property management service gives you peace of mind.

 


 

Why choose Leaders Property Management?

  • Our unique Rental Receipts Guarantee. Your rent will be in your account on time, every time (conditions apply).
  • Personal attention. You will be assigned a dedicated Property Manager.
  • Proven accounting systems. A specialist member of our team is responsible for our Trust Account.
  • Regular quarterly inspections and reporting. We ensure that your asset is kept in good health.
  • Prompt attention to necessary repairs/maintenance. We have a network of qualified tradespeople to carry out everything from minor repairs to complete refurbishment.
  • Ethical business practice. Leaders Property Management is licensed under the Real Estate Agents Act 2008, and operates a Trust Account (audited quarterly) for your financial protection.

 

Leaders Property Management Health & Safety Policy

Leaders Property Management is committed to providing a safe place of work for our team, and anyone who visits our place of business. The health, safety, and wellbeing of our stakeholders is of paramount importance, and our workplace environment is conducive to that.

When the Health and Safety at Work Act came into effect in April 2016, property mangers became PCBU's (person conducting business or undertaking) with responsibility for ensuring the health and safety of those 'using the property for any work purpose'. This can relate to all manner of functions, including (but not limited to) property viewings, property inspections, garden maintenance, general repairs/maintenance. We are required to ensure that all practicable steps are taken within our influence and control to carry out health and safety responsibilities.

Key responsibilities include:

  1. Hazard identification. Identify what could cause harm at a property and manage the risk in relation to the work undertaken.

  2. Ensure competency of all contractors in respect of certification/registration/public liability insurance.

  3. Have a clear workflow system for tracking and communicating all matters in respect of maintenance.

  4. Regularly review policy to ensure all our own systems are robust.

 

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We are proud to have over 100 5 star reviews on Google.

During our recent 'house hunting' process we looked at approx. 12 properties and came in touch with as much property managers. Most of these people, majority women actually, were not truly friendly and caring. We often felt that we talked to some kind of 'property robot'...

Then we met Jerram... what a nice difference! We felt immediately connected and treated like human beings. We liked the house a lot and also having him as our property manager would be great.
3 days after viewing we 'got the green light' and our wish became reality, wonderful.

Chris-Tian Ra