You can rely on us to help you keep your investment lucrative Securing the investment is only the first stage. The next challenges are to ensure it performs consistently, and that it is well-managed and well-maintained. It is vital that you know the rental market and what your property is worth, and it also helps to have some knowledge about landlord-tenant law. To make life easier, a good property manager can assist by taking on the landlord responsibilities on your behalf, including setting and collecting rent; registering bonds; finding and screening tenants; handling tenancy agreements; liaising with tenants and contractors; arranging inspection reports, and sorting out maintenance issues. Don’t be afraid to ask a prospective property manager direct questions about how they manage issues such as vacancy rates and tenancy breaches – after all you will be entrusting them to ensure your investment keeps on giving you reliable returns.