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Considering managing yourself? If you are at all considering managing your own investment property then it’s wise to consider the following points: • Are your negotiation skills and knowledge of the relevant acts sufficient to mediate a successful resolution and outcome? • Could you complete a valid Property Condition Report with enough detail to stand up in Court if necessary? If it is not a precise record then it may have little or no value if needed for evidence. • Do you know the correct procedure when the tenant has absconded and abandoned goods remain at the property? The Residential Tenancies Act has a range of procedures that must be followed when goods are left at the property. Additionally, if you enter the property when possession has not been handed back you risk any compensation you may have been entitled to; not to mention any penalties that may be imposed due to the breach of the Residential Tenancies Act. www.harcourts.com.au • Would you be able to recover any outstanding debts? • At what point do you go to court, how do you get the Bailiff involved, do you have Landlords Protection Insurance, who will assist in your debt recovery? At Harcourts Property Management we are serious about our commitment to provide the best property management service. Your specific goals and objectives are our primary consideration in the management of your property. Our property managers relieve any potential stress from owning an investment property portfolio by remaining current with legislation, endlessly researching the market drivers and their application, but most importantly, they understand the importance of improving the yield from your portfolio. PROPERTY MANAGEMENT


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