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Topic # 191947 22-Feb-2016 13:35
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Could someone please recommend a property manager in Christchurch with reasons why? Thanks.


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  Reply # 1496958 22-Feb-2016 13:37
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A little more info would be useful 

 

one major thing are you looking to rent or do you own a rental property you want managed?





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  Reply # 1497056 22-Feb-2016 15:45
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Yes, I'm looking for a property manager to manage my rental property in Christchurch.

 

 


 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 1497081 22-Feb-2016 16:09
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Is there a reason you need one?




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  Reply # 1497088 22-Feb-2016 16:21
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prefer to have an experienced professional to deal with tenants directly.


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  Reply # 1497116 22-Feb-2016 17:32
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Oh ok then. Personally as a tenant i have always hated dealing with property managers. They always have a chip on their shoulder and have that attitude they are above you. And as a part owner we never used a property manager and dealt with everything ourselves. But for a busy person that might not work out


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  Reply # 1497131 22-Feb-2016 17:42
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ludez:

 

Oh ok then. Personally as a tenant i have always hated dealing with property managers. They always have a chip on their shoulder and have that attitude they are above you. And as a part owner we never used a property manager and dealt with everything ourselves. But for a busy person that might not work out

 

 

The OP question has been hijacked to a discussion about the pros and cons of property managers -- since it has already happened, I will continue with the hijacking :)

 

 

 

Depending on ones circumstances, personality, proximity, knowledge of law, quality of tenants -- then sure, you can manage it yourself easy peasy. 

 

But, for people lacking in such things, a property manager is the way to go -- but you do need a good one, thus the OP's question. 

 

 


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  Reply # 1497147 22-Feb-2016 17:46
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yeah sorry about that! little rant for the day.

 

 

 

Hopefully someone can point the op in the right direction


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  Reply # 1497172 22-Feb-2016 18:06
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I have a property in Dunedin so impossible to manage it given I live in Auckland. I have used LJ Hooker for the last 16 years with no real issues.

 

Property managers take the emotion out of it and also a professional approach for those that aren't good with dealing with tenants.

 

 

 

well put @surfisup1000 get too many peeps doing this when they have an axe to grind.





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  Reply # 1497592 23-Feb-2016 09:53
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ludez:

 

Oh ok then. Personally as a tenant i have always hated dealing with property managers. They always have a chip on their shoulder and have that attitude they are above you. And as a part owner we never used a property manager and dealt with everything ourselves. But for a busy person that might not work out

 

 

A lot of property managers do have that condescending attitude towards tenants, and I guess partly is because of the nasty tenants out there that they had to deal with during their careers.

 

 

 

So back to topic, I'm still looking forward to someone to recommend a property manager in the Christchurch area.


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  Reply # 1497597 23-Feb-2016 09:54
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I've heard good things about Braziers 


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  Reply # 1497603 23-Feb-2016 09:59
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Heard great things from people who use "The Property Boss".

 

 


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