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Why a Canadian real estate investor partner with Veranova

by Joe Rosengarten on 23 Mar 2018

As CREW has discovered this week, utilizing the services of a property management company has the potential to help investors manage their portfolios much more effectively. Maintaining the value of property is important for an investor, but it becomes even more critical as rising interest rates and market uncertainty look to be on the agenda for the foreseeable future.  

Veranova is a Canadian property management company that has been supporting both residential and commercial investors and landlords for over 25 years.

“We have the experience and knowledge that investors need and our price point is competitive and reasonable,” says Rob Kirby, President of Veranova Properties Limited. “We are national company and have thousands of contractors and partners across the country to help with any specific issue, big or small. Our consolidated, national approach means we can answer all of the questions an investor has whether it is property care, real estate or legal support services, wherever they may be in the country.”

Veranova offers real estate investors a full suite of services including, but not limited to, supervised home maintenance, landscaping and grounds keeping, property inspections, repairs as needed, interior and exterior cleaning, winterization services for plumbing, hot tubs, spas, pools and irrigation systems, tenant locator, screening services and lease preparation services, and tenant management and rent collection.

As well as helping investors save time, money and giving them much-needed peace of mind, Kirby is proud of the culture and core values that have enabled Veranova to grow over the past 25 years.

“People invest a lot in their properties, and it’s an emotional subject for many,” Kirby says. “Every one of our employees treats the real estate as if it was their own and their own money is invested. This type of asset is one of the biggest many investors will buy, whether it’s one property or several.”

“We want to respect that and make sure that whoever signs with us understands we are going to treat their assets like our own homes. We want investors to have a true peace of mind when they hand over such a prized asset for us to manage and care for.”


Download this whitepaper to find out more about how specialized landlord services are enabling investors to make more from their portfolios.

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