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ByTierney Cavanagh

What to Look for in a Property Manager

Relationship management

As property managers deal with many people on a daily basis, it’s important they have great relationship management skills. From wrangling tenants and conducting viewings to organising repairs with maintenance workers, your property manager needs to have top-notch communication skills.

A property manager needs to be easily contactable, whether it’s in the event of a tenant emergency or if you need to get hold of them for other matters.

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