Brisbane Property Management
List of the Best Property Managers in Brisbane
So you've been scouring the web to find a property manager that will suit your needs. But there are so many that it's difficult to choose or even make a short-list. Here we have compiled a list of the rental agencies in Brisbane that have the biggest presence online. Some have a lot of listings on the major real estate portals like realestate.com.au, while others have large brand awareness in the Brisbane area. While we've tried to include as many businesses as we can, we are continually adding more to our list.
The best property management companies will have experienced staff, qualifed systems and proceedures in place and an exceptional reputation with both landlords and tenants. They should have a team that is focused only on rentals. This assures you that your property willl receive the attention it deserves from professionals interested in helping you. While many investors believe that going with a franchise like Ray White, LJ Hooker, Century21 and the likes is a safe bet, there are just as many investors that swear by independents or brands that only do property management. The choice really depends on your needs as an investor in Brisbane.
Many of the larger agencies are located around the city fringes in areas like New Farm, Teneriffe, Newstead, Fortitude Valley, West End, Spring Hill and South Brisbane. These areas have many established agencies that are well known throughout Brisbane. The franchise brands certainly dominate many suburban pockets in Brisbane but you will find a handful of private brand agencies in such areas. It is not so much a brand that makes a great property manager, but their attention to detail and their ability to meet your expectations.
Brisbane Rental Property Management Companies
Throughout Brisbane there are a couple of agencies that do rentals only. These are known as property management companies. They strucutre their agencies in a way that puts the renting of property first. They rarely list property for sale, if at all. This can be advantageous to an investor for a couple of reasons. The first is that there is no hidden agenda such as encouraging a landlord to sell for the agency to make a sale commission. There may also be a different style of service provided to lanldords because of the focus on rentals.
Take a look through our list of rental property management companies for more information on their service areas, their management fees and their contact details. Visit their websites to see more about them and spend time speaking with their property managers directly to get a feel for the agency that you may ultimately be choosing to manage your rental on your behalf.