Property Managers

Jan 2021Karen Millers

A property managers role is to look after the management of your rental property/ies.

Their services can usually be as minimal or as comprehensive as you like, depending on your preferences.

A full-service property manager will identify and screen tenants for your property, conduct regular inspections of your property, and manage all tenant dealings, including maintenance requests.

A property manager cannot comment on the suitability of an investment to your personal circumstances unless they are also a QPIA.

Investors should only deal with a property manager who has the appropriate state real estate licensing. PIPA membership is also highly desirable.

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We strive to bring accountability, ethics, and education to the property investment industry.

PIPA exists to improve the professional standards of anyone providing property investment advice to consumers. Our voluntary Code of Conduct means that members adhere to a high set of professional standards to help protect consumers. Qualified Property Investment Advisers (QPIAs®) have the highest form of industry-recognised, specialist training and can be trusted to provide tailored and unbiased advice to consumers.

PIPA also regularly produces research, analysis, and publications to help educate our members, media, and consumers about the property investment sector.

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