Budgeting is a crucial part of managing any commercial property. Without proper budgeting, you’re going to have trouble controlling your costs and forecasting what your outgoings will be.
Landscaping is a crucial part of your commercial property’s upkeep and appearance but it can be costly. When you’re balancing the budget for your property management, landscaping is often the first thing that goes, but this can be a mistake.
With a new year upon us, it’s time to start planning and thinking about the next 12 months. Many of us use this time of year to think about goals and what we want to improve on from last year. As a property manager there are three new years resolutions you may want to consider implementing as we go
Your commercial property is a huge investment so it’s important that you maintain it adequately and reduce the risk of damage caused by too much moisture. Unfortunately mould and moisture damage can be one of the most devastating threats to your commercial property, but it can be prevented.
Regular maintenance is a crucial part of taking a proactive approach to your commercial property. Taking on a few preventative maintenance tasks during the warmer summer months can see you well equipped for winter and help you prevent major issues down the track.
We are in the height of summer and this means it’s prime time for pests to invade. While some businesses might be more at risk of pest issues than others, it’s still important to take proactive measures against unwanted guests that can spread germs and damage your commercial property.
As a commercial property owner, safeguarding the structure of your building is crucial if you want to avoid ongoing problems and expensive repairs. Foundation issues can be a common cause of problems and if they are not picked up early enough they can even impact the safety of your building and tena
When it comes to keeping your commercial tenants safe and happy, an ounce of prevention goes a long way. By implementing a few preventative strategies you can avoid a number of common safety and maintenance issues and reduce costs over the long run.
It’s a situation every commercial landlord dreads, but most will encounter at one time or another. Having to evict a tenant is unpleasant and stressful, but sometimes you have no choice. Whether it’s non-payment of rent, damage caused to the building or behaviour that breaches the terms of their lea
It’s important that you keep a pleasant temperature inside your building, for the health of your employees, customers and visitors. A poorly heated building can not only feel unpleasant to work in, it can potentially affect the health of the people inside it. To maintain a pleasant temperature all y
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