Why use a Property Manager? : Property Voice

By: Domainz  06-Dec-2011

 What is a Property Manager?

 A property manager is a person or a company that manages a rental property and who is in charge or renting units, collecting rent, repairs and maintenance and handling tenant issues.

Residential Property Managers may be licensed or unlicensed. Government is reviewing whether all forms of property management need any further legislation.

What is Property Management?

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