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12 Important Questions to ask when Choosing your Property Manager (Part 1 of 6)

Andrew from Personal Property Management

I always get asked what questions should I ask when choosing a Property Manager, so I thought I would put together each week a snippet of two questions and answers from "Personal Property Management" perspective.

Part 1 of 6

1) Does the agency have a dedicated Property Management Department?

PPM answer: We specialise in Property Management. It’s our passion. We don’t have any other side areas we just focus on Property Management and our point of difference is one person handles all aspects of the rental from the owner to the property and the tenancy.

2) Are you a real estate investor yourself?
PPM answer: I own my own property in Karori and have done extensive renovations to make it into a 4-bedroom plus in the progress of turning the rumpus room into a one-bedroom flat - underneath our current house. I have also helped my father with his 7 rentals ever since I was young – it's been like a family business. My goal this year is to buy my first rental investment.

If you have any questions about your rental or need some advice please don't hesitate to call Andrew 0274 888 933 PPM

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