We are happy to visit the property and provide you with a free no obligation rental appraisal.
In assessing the rent, we consider the location, age, condition and highlights of the property along with the rental statistics for the area, other similar current listings and properties we currently manage.
We have a wealth of knowledge and experience when it comes to renovation ideas or ways to add value to your property and attract quality tenants – we want to help you maximise your returns and can share these ideas with you.
Rent is monitored on a daily basis. We advise all tenants, before they move into a property, of our zero tolerance to rent arrears and outline our strict policy should a payment be missed.
We follow this like clockwork, as a result 99% of our tenants are in advance with their rent.
We only want to attract quality tenants for your property by:
We review current tenancies well in advance of the lease end date and consult with you and your tenants to negotiate another term.
Ideally we encourage good tenants to stay as long as possible! However if the tenant wishes to vacate, we market your property to potential tenants up to 4 weeks prior to vacancy.
This means in most cases, we have quality tenants ready to move in when the property is vacated or shortly thereafter.
Landlords must ensure all properties must have working compliant smoke alarms at the start of every tenancy. It is then the tenants responsibly for the duration of the tenancy.
We have a professional company as our provider of smoke alarm maintenance and testing services. They will visit your property and ensure it complies. You can opt out of this service and do it yourself taking full responsibility for compliance and provide us a report.
Insulation statements are compulsory on all tenancy agreements signed since 1 July 2016. The landlord must disclose whether there is insulation in the rental home, where it is, what type and what condition it is in, so tenants can make an informed decision.
Ceiling and underfloor insulation is compulsory in all rental homes where it is reasonably practicable to install. A landlord who fails to comply with the regulations is committing an unlawful act and may be liable for a penalty of up to $4,000.
If you are unsure of the current insulation in your rental property or cannot fully answer the above requirements in detail, then A1 Property Managers can organise an assessment and quote for you.
We often take over the management of other properties already being managed by private Landlords or other Property Managers.
We make the process as simple as possible for your tenants.
It's really up to you whether you have your property tested before a new tenant moves in and then in between each tenancy.
There are two main reasons to consider to test:
We use official lab tests, the cost of testing varies on the size of the property.