Auckland Property Management is recognised as a leader in the industry. Our core focus is client satisfaction and we are proud of our reputation being built on delivering exceptional personal service to our landlords. The Property Management Owner Info Centre is one of the many ways we are able to deliver resourceful information and share valuable tips to help you rent your property. Our experienced team guarantee a consistency of high standards and performance through innovative and up to date property management practices. We can ensure the maximisation of your rental portfolio by sending you a FREE detailed report on how much your property should be renting for – as this is key to profitability. Have a look at the different icons in our Property Management Owner Info Centre or Contact us and we’ll get your investment performing like it should be.
More about the Owner Info Centre
- We have an online system whereby you can login to your account from anywhere in the world (similar to online banking) to view your payment history, tenant information, monthly statements, funds in your account, end of financial year statements or to just to check where your tenants are paid to.
- We also do all our routine inspections using the latest digital technology to generate videos tours for you to see. This can potentially benefit you if you are overseas as you can walk through your investment four times a year without even leaving the comfort of your chair! You will always see the condition of the property (as opposed to a checklist) so you can have peace of mind knowing your property is well looked after.
- We also do listing videos for your property. These are also professionally edited and are loaded into the advertisements for people to view. This helps reduce vacancy times, increases online applications and also creates a fourth website through YouTube to advertise your property.
- We use a 24/7 online booking system to capture enquires at any time of the day and any day of the week. This ensures no potential tenants are lost, thus reducing vacancies between tenancies.