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For Property Owners

You’d like to lease your property, but what are the steps you need to take to ensure a speedy and hassle-free process? Start with maintaining and upgrading your property to showcase it in the best possible light. Find more handy tips in our special guide for landlords to get ready for your new tenant.

Owners of villas ourselves, we are naturally Owner minded. After our first meeting, we will be able to deliver a 10-items report (Villa Survey) featuring the following concerns:

 

  • Set the right rental price
    The first stage to leasing your property is to arrange a number of valuations with consultants. Choose a consultant who has comprehensive knowledge of local rental prices and has a strong reputation.
  • Upgrade
    Make enhancements to your property and showcase it in the best possible light before you rent it out.
  • Maintain
    Ensure your property is managed and maintained throughout. Solid maintenance is the key to a satisfied tenant.
  • Make your property stand out
    First impressions count, so enhance your property’s curb appeal to attract tenants
  • Expert marketing
    By advertising unit vacancies and both screening and sourcing new tenants.
  • Rental market analysis
    Using in-house data analysis to provide landlords with the latest achievable market rental rates while maximising occupancy.
  • Tenant management and rent collection
    Involving unit supervision to oversee subletting or damage, tenant activity records inclusive of communication with management, tenant relationship management and efficient rent collection.
  • Pre-handover and routine inspections
    Through extensive inspection reports on the check-in/check-out process to maintain unit condition.
  • Repairs and maintenance
    Assure that all assets that are handed over, including all keys, will be accounted for. This should be done with an inventory list signed by both parties.
  • Dedicated property supervision
    Offering comprehensive support to landlords and tenants on day-to-day management issues, repairs, maintenance and transfer of utilities.
  • Lease contract and renewal
    Ensuring leases are contracted and renewed in line with Indonesian rental laws and regulations.
  • Booking facilities
    Via a dedicated in-house call centre open 7 days a week.
  • Reporting
    Financial reports are sent on a monthly basis to landlords.