The Property Owners team have just returned from a trip to the Australasian Residential Property Management Conference in Sydney, at which we were featured as drivers of innovation and diversification within the industry.
The presentation examined how our industry can adapt to better service today’s fast-paced world and our team was featured as an example of an agency that is embracing this change and striving to offer a more diverse service; free from the restrictions of a traditional agency.
With endless options and comparisons at everyone’s fingertips, landlords are much less inclined to settle for a service that doesn’t entirely suit them; it is in response to this social climate that our agency was built. Our team offers a range of flat fee management packages and our agreement enables the landlord to chop and change between packages, WHENEVER IT SUITS THEM.
Our customisable and interchangeable packages were highlighted at ARPM as an example of developing a product to better suit the current climate. “In a world in which people know what they want, and they want it immediately, we are providing a service that can adjust and grow with the landlord’s changing needs.”, Ji Thornhill (Director of Property Owners).
“We felt that it was imperative that we provide a service that is inclusive, flexible and adaptable”- Ji Thornhill
We know that your living arrangement, family, finances, vacations all affect how much assistance you need from us, so we enable you to include (or exclude) services, depending on your particular needs, at any particular time.
We also offer ad-hoc services, for private landlords and those who don’t require ongoing support. ARPM discussed how these offerings work to include a section of the industry that have otherwise been left out, as approximately 26% of landlords in Australia self-manage (according to realestate.com.au).
“With everything being so accessible these days and the world moving at such a fast pace, we felt that it was imperative that we provide a service that is inclusive, flexible and adaptable”, Ji Thornhill.