Tag: training

LPMA 2017: Gain real world Property Management expertise

Property management teams will benefit enormously from two content-rich days packed with ideas, solutions and insights from the leading industry professionals as part of LPMA 2017. For property...

Only in America: Stun guns for Property Managers

Property management is a solitary profession which, in most cases, involves escorting strangers into sometimes vacant properties at a moment's notice. Advertising - typically...

Maintaining a good relationship with your tenant

More often than not, agents and landlords want a well-maintained property that is securely leased and provides income and return on your landlord's investment....

Harcourts’ achievements recognised at WA Quarterly Awards

Harcourts Western Australia celebrated the success of its top offices and team members at its Quarterly Awards night on Friday, July 22. The event, which was...

What to say to have clients think your way

Discovering effective and simple tips will enable you to negotiate tricky situations and communicate more effectively with your tenants and landlords, says Laura Levisohn, speaking at PPM Group’s national conference in late June 2016.

Getting the finer details right in PM

“The truth means nothing; evidence means everything”. Anyone who works or has worked in property management will likely attest to that statement.

Time management: Get more done in less time

Where does the time go? It’s an oft heard question across all industries today.

The property management juggling act

Being a successful property management team member is 90 per cent mindset and 10 per cent knowledge. So how do you manage the challenging issues that we all face and do the little things better?

The 5 elements of stress-free property management

After almost two decades, Loretta Morgan thinks she has worked out the recipe for simplistic and stress free property management.

Managing your client’s expectations

NOT all landlords can be satisfied, but the problem can be reduced if you act proactively and deal with the issues before they occur, says Darren Hunter.