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  1. #11
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    Quote Originally Posted by erinak View Post

    From experience: After two months of self advertising and 2 very keen PM's who offered their services, I accepted both with the very same criteria to both that we all agreed that we work in together and it was transparent, so it made the whole dilemma (for me) a lot more bearable.

    Worked a dream for me and a happy ending all round in that we are good friends after 4 years. How cool is that!
    Your situation is different as you didn't already have a contract with a PM, which will have some sort of notice period built into it. As for unlikely.....stranger things have happened.


    P.S. You are new here, so I won't say what I really think of your first post in this thread. I will limit myself to saying that Keys is the PM guru here. He is long-standing, extremely knowledgeable and generous with that knowledge. Therefore well respected.
    My blog. From personal experience.
    http://statehousinginnz.wordpress.com/

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    Quote Originally Posted by erinak View Post
    I get that, but what chances of one property at the same time for tenancy??
    Wellington, in January, I would put money on it happening.

    Don't remember where you said your property was, but if it's desirable, then there will be multiple interested parties. Still demand out there.

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    That's quite OK Sidinz.
    It's called freedom of speech I believe and on this site I see "no-holds-barred" how some of them express themselves to boot. So no offence is taken. Cheers
    Quote Originally Posted by sidinz View Post
    Your situation is different as you didn't already have a contract with a PM, which will have some sort of notice period built into it. As for unlikely.....stranger things have happened.


    P.S. You are new here, so I won't say what I really think of your first post in this thread. I will limit myself to saying that Keys is the PM guru here. He is long-standing, extremely knowledgeable and generous with that knowledge. Therefore well respected.

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    Macy said the property had been on the market for a month, hence LL asking another PM for help as I read it. Don't know where the property is.
    Quote Originally Posted by Sportsvee View Post
    Wellington, in January, I would put money on it happening.

    Don't remember where you said your property was, but if it's desirable, then there will be multiple interested parties. Still demand out there.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Macy View Post
    I am not new to Property Management but new to it in this country, where some of the legislation and rules differ.
    Did you read the link I provided?

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    In my opinion I wouldn't take that sort of arrangement on and it can actually end bad for the landlord because the tenant selection will often be rushed as its essentially a race to get a tenant first.....
    Fraser Wilkinson
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    Wellington / Lower Hutt / Upper Hutt / Porirua

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    2 PM for 1 property is a seriously bad idea on so many fronts. End result can often be a haircut for the owner. A decent PM with choices will run a mile from this type of arrangement.
    And when it all turns to custard we get everyone screaming for PMs to be licensed.


 

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