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Asset Management

Commercial Property Management is a skilled and highly specialised area within a commercial agency. It has a unique skill set that requires attention to detail, an ability to negotiate and mediate and continued growth through structured learning and experience on the job.

Within commercial real estate there are specialised types of property - industrial, retail and commercial - each having its own unique variations that require a highly competent property management team. This expertise ensures seamless occupancy for both Landlords and Tenants.

Our Asset Managers are committed to ensuring the maximum benefit to you, the property investor, through the following fundamental activities:

  • Rent collection
  • Arrears management
  • Rental reviews
  • Annual property inspections
  • Property maintenance
  • Maintaining cashflow
  • Compliance with fire and disability regulations
  • Arrears management
  • Estimation, collection and control of outgoings
  • Creation of open communication between Landlord, Tenant and the Asset Manager
  • Provision of detailed monthly statements
  • Dispute resolution
  • Negotiation of new lease terms
  • Minimising vacancy

The principal objective of the asset manager is to ensure that the Landlords interests are protected and that their building is properly maintained.

Our Asset Management team have harmonious affiliations with all of the contractors, trades and consultants required to keep your property compliant and your Tenants happy.

To ensure your property is managed effectively our team constantly upgrade their knowledge to ensure they are fully aware of all current obligations across all asset classes.

The InFocus Commercial Real Estate Asset Management team is dedicated to providing professional advice to our owners to ensure their asset is achieving the best possible outcome in the marketplace.

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