Expert: Who's managing your property manager?

Maintaining your property is crucial to garnering long-term tenants and positive cash flow.  Keeping your property and grounds maintained may seem easy enough, but whether you’re a first-time investor or seasoned pro, sometimes seeking help allows you to reap greater rewards.  

 “If you lack the time or expertise needed for day-to-day management of your commercial or residential real estate investments, an expert property manager can help you,” says Tony LeBlanc, head of Ground Floor Property Management and leading player in the field.

A true industry veteran, LeBlanc will share that wisdom at the Halifax Investor Forum in October, helping investors in every situation make sense of their property management needs.

“Ground Floor manages all sorts of properties, from single family homes to 100+ multi-unit apartment buildings,” he tells CREW. “I believe it boils down to what the real estate investor's situation is. We have investors that are out of province therefore they require people on the ground to look after their property. We see investors that grow their portfolio to a certain size where it becomes overwhelming for them to handle by themselves and need outside help.”

To hear more from LeBlanc and learn more about property management, book your tickets to the Halifax Investor Forum today.

Register now at http://halifax.theinvestorforum.ca/register-for-the-event

 

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