Managing Your Property


BENEFITS OF CPRM PROPERTY GROUP (QLD) MANAGING YOUR PROPERTY

» Immediate attention to Owner’s request and requirements

 

» Owner and Tenant liaison

 

» Constant monitoring of all expenses on your property to ensure that all expenses are paid prior to the due date to avoid the accruing penalty

 

» End of month statements detailing all transactions affected during this period and indicating GST (if applicable)

 

» Annual financial year summary statements for each property

 

» Attracting and securing quality Tenants

 

» Vetting of high quality prospective Tenants

 

» Collection of rent payments

 

» Actioning rent arrears before they become a problem

 

» Critical date management

 

» Maintenance and repairs acted on immediately

 

» Use of qualified, registered & insured contractors and trades people

 

» Regular and thorough property routine inspections

 

 

MAXIMISING YOUR RETURN

 

At CPRM Property Group (QLD), our Investment & Asset Management Division aims to add value over and above the traditional functions of Property Management.

We understand your property is a significant asset and that your main objective is to maximise the return on your most valued investment.

We’ve invested in the best technology systems and procedures to help our team focus on the bigger picture when it comes to your investment – that means working with you to maximise the full potential of your portfolio.

PROPERTY INSPECTIONS

 

Inspections are carried out on all properties every four (4) months. These inspections are vital to check on the following details:

 

» Fire safety equipment servicing is up to date

 

» Air-conditioning systems are being serviced on a regular basis

 

» To ensure the physical condition of the property is being maintained and if any repairs are required, we will respond to them in a timely manner. This is to maintain an attractive appearance and keep the Tenant satisfied which enables us to secure a long term tenancy.  A well maintained property is less likely to be vacant for long periods of time

 

» Part of our Tenant retention plan is to discuss with the Tenant the satisfaction or concerns about the building and services provided. Feedback from these meetings is necessary to make changes that will retain the Tenant

 

» The Tenants are required to provide up to date copies of their Certificate of Currency for Public Liability Insurance; minimum of $20,000,000 and policies are to note that Lessor as an Interested Party

 

» As experienced Agents, who are exposed to many different types of building and businesses, we can provide a plan for developing, maintaining or adding services and amenities as necessary to keep the property in the current market

 

» Our property maintenance procedure is to maintain a property to a high standard to sustain or increase the value of your investment

 

» Before a Tenant takes up occupation of a property, a detailed Entry Condition Report is completed. This report records the condition of the fittings and fixtures, both inside and out, and the overall cleanliness of the tenancy