Caring for your property properly means ensuring that it is kept in good order. Properties that are run down or require work are not appealing to potential tenants, and whether you enjoy the benefits of maintenance as part of a property management contract or a dedicated maintenance contract, you should ensure that you have such a contract in place.
Maintenance services can be as simple as clearing gutters of leaf litter, while more complex services can include damp diagnosis surveys or even structural work.
Planned maintenance typically enables you to prevent or identify problems before they become major issues, this means repairs can be made when they cost less and have a greater chance of long term success.
Reactive maintenance on the whole is a much more costly exercise and can be very disruptive to you and your tenant. Allow us to conduct scheduled property inspections for you. This will highlight any potential risks giving you the power to take control of a situation before it’s too late and forces your hand.
Property value is heavily influenced by the condition of the property itself, therefore it is paramount that your asset is well maintained.