Cvue to shake up prop­erty man­age­ment ser­vices

Western Suburbs Weekly - - News -

WITH a name in­spired by a fry­ing pan logo, you would ex­pect Cvue Prop­erty Man­agers to be a lit­tle bit dif­fer­ent.

At the open­ing of their new of­fice in Su­bi­aco, Cvue Prop­erty Man­agers di­rec­tor Honor Borg said, like their name, the team were tak­ing a unique ap­proach to prop­erty man­age­ment.

“We’re not fol­low­ing a tra­di­tional prop­erty man­age­ment model,” she said.

“Firstly our prop­erty man­agers will be based in the of­fice all the time, so that they are al­ways avail­able to our clients.

“The leas­ing man­ager will go out and meet clients and show prop­er­ties, while we will out­source other as­pects where we can to en­sure an ef­fi­cient ser­vice.”

The use of tech­nol­ogy will also be a cor­ner­stone of their busi­ness, with Cvue us­ing a lot of sys­tems to stream­line their ser­vice.

“For ex­am­ple, prospec­tive ten­ants can book prop­erty view­ings on­line 24 hours a day without need­ing to wait for a prop­erty man­ager to re­turn their call,” Mrs Borg said

“We also use a main­te­nance man­age­ment app al­low­ing cur­rent ten­ants to log main­te­nance re­quests 24/7.”

Mrs Borg ex­pects their fee struc­ture to shake up the mar­ket.

“We will have a flat fee for all clients, whether they are charg­ing $500 a week rent, or $1000, our clients will all pay the same monthly fee that will cover all as­pects of our man­age­ment ser­vice,” she said.

“It’s not com­mon at the mo­ment, but I ex­pect ev­ery­one in the in­dus­try to be do­ing this in three to four years’ time.”

Cvue Prop­erty Man­agers new of­fice is at 4/513 Hay Street, Su­bi­aco. ■

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