A property manager can be a valuable adviser for your investment property strategy, helping you to attract the best tenants, maximise rental income, and enhance the value of your property. High-performing property managers are knowledgeable in tenancy and property laws, and can help you with relevant paperwork and maintaining financial records to keep you fully compliant with the law. But how do you know if you need a property manager? And if you do, how do you go about selecting the right one?
Whether you’re overwhelmed by the demands of managing a property yourself or seeking to maximise value and returns from your property, we've put together this detailed guide to assist you in better understanding the role of a property manager. If you already know you could benefit from working with a property manager, our guide offers valuable insights for choosing an experienced property manager and the types of screening questions to ask prospective property managers. If you’re unsure about, or dissatisfied with your current property manager, our tips will clarify the warning signs that suggest you should think about finding a new one.