In our commitment to become one of the leading providers of property management in Greenwich we have learned a number of vital lessons over the years. The two that stand out the most are the importance of organisation and planning. Being organised and having plans in place for all kinds of contingency makes everything run smoothly.
Property managers can find themselves responsible for the upkeep and wellbeing of properties. With this it is up to them to have plans in place to deal with all kinds of circumstances, including issues with wear and tear, breakages, and serious concerns such as a flood or fire.
With a plan in place for each scenario you can take action quickly and provide the best level of service to the property owners and the tenants. The quick response can also help to minimise the size of the repair bills.
Some property managers have their own team to take on the maintenance work. This can offer many benefits including the fact that they can deliver faster services and maintain the standards of the workmanship.
Even with this though there will be some jobs that need to be outsourced to dedicated specialists. As part of their preparations property managers should build relationships with these providers and ensure they know the ins and outs of what they can offer.
As part of the planning and organisation, protocols should be put in place to keep property owners informed and allow residents to redress any grievances. Both are very important and communicating effectively can really help to improve the quality of the service. Always remember that when dealing with tenants you want to make it easy for them to reach you and should respond to all queries as quickly as possible.
All of the points above have helped us to establish ourselves as one of the most highly regarded providers of property management in Greenwich. If you would like a first rate service or have any questions for us please don’t hesitate to get in touch. Finefair is here to help and ensure that all properties are managed to the highest standards.