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Why investors should value property management experience

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An experienced property manager helps protect landlord rights

I’m often asked if I’ve had to attend NCAT hearings. I have. If you aren’t familiar with NCAT, it is the NSW Civil and Administrative Tribunal for resolving disputes. Many property managers have never attended an NCAT hearing, they don’t know how the process works or what paperwork they need. At Vogue Property, we understand the process and we’re able to negotiate confidently on your behalf.

Property management experience through all cycles of the real estate rental market is also critical. A good property manager can rent your property in the worst market conditions, as they’ve done it before and know what works.

Disasters such as hail storms, fires or floods can create havoc unless your property manager has the information – and the trades and professional association contacts – at their disposal. In the worst-case scenario of a death of a tenant, your property manager needs to know instantly how to cope.

An experienced property manager protects your rights and saves you time and money. 


Free Property Management Advice, talk to an expert now!

Are you a landlord looking for advice? Do you have questions about these uncertain times? Changes to the rental market or anything specific to Property Management? Book a one-on-one, obligation-free, consultation with Jaime Pratt, Head of Property Management at Vogue Property Managers.

Book your session now:

https://vogueproperty.com.au/team/jaime-pratt

With over 20 years of property management experience, Jaime will openly provide advice on improving rental return, enhancing your property, attracting quality tenants and finding ways to alleviate your expenses.