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Hiring a property manager to oversee the day-to-day
tasks and responsibilities of your rental property is a
wise decision.  Namely, you have the security of
knowing you have employed a professional body to help
mind your investment.

If you work part-time or are retired, have some basic
legal competencies and understand the complexities of
leasing real estate to tenants, then managing your own
property may work for you, but for the majority of
investors this is not the case.
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Many private owners don’t understand their legal
obligations and can find themselves in difficult situations
as a result. Owners can underestimate the amount of
time that goes into managing a property, or just how
complex, expensive and unpleasant things can become
if a dispute arises. This is where a property manager
can be invaluable.
What can you expect from a property manager?

From the start, a good property manager can arrange
the public viewing of the property and then thoroughly
check all applications and references from prospective

This includes checking to see if any applicants have a
poor history with previous rentals.

Once suitable tenants are short-listed by the property
manager he can then arrange the lease documentation.

For more information contact Isabellas Property Services.
(813) 750 - 9928
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