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Property managers must maintain plumbing and cooking facilities

March 14, 2012

Following the exciting adventure of purchasing an investment property, many investors are faced with a new responsibility - property management.

Handling tenants, organising maintenance schedules and sorting out services are just some of the duties landlords need to account for on a daily basis.

Ensuring the main features of each unit are functional and reliable is a key obligation that must be taken seriously.

Plumbing and cooking facilities need to be monitored often and kept in working order, most importantly to please your tenants, but also to avoid future costly repairs.

A tiny little glitch could become an expensive problem if not looked after with speed and efficiency. Any issue that involves having to temporarily re-locate a tenant should be avoided with consistent scheduling of facility management.

If, however, owners do not have the time or desire to manage their property, they can enlist in the help of a company that specialises in these kinds of services.

Property management is a full-time job that requires constant care, so it is therefore best to work out a strategy that fits best in your own personal situation.



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