Entries by David Judge

Tip #15 of 100 – Laminate this flyer

Laminate this flyer & post to owners to encourage 10% price reductions on properties that have been vacant for more than 10 Days. It’s getting close to peak time of the year for renting properties, but some properties may be vacant with no enquiry for greater than 10 days. To assist your team in educating […]

Tip #13 of 100 – Insert “1831” before a phone number

Insert “1831” before a phone number to keep your caller ID confidential There are times, both professionally and personally, when you may want to protect the identity of your phone number. Circumstances may include: (a) a long-term debtor is refusing to respond to your normal calls as they can see your number (e.g. “Where’s my […]

Tip #11 of 100 – Use the hard-to-rent checklist

Even though it is the peak time of the year for renting properties, some properties may still be sticky when it comes to finding a new tenant fast. To assist your team in renting these stubborn properties, there are a number of things you can do. A few ideas are outlined in the ‘Hard-To-Rent’ property […]

Tip #10 of 100 – Looking ahead to 2014

Looking ahead to 2014 – Will it be the best year of your life? Yes, it can be – but you need to be prepared to reflect honestly on what you want to achieve, make a commitment to pursuing your chosen goals… and then take the necessary actions. If you had a magic wand, what […]

Tip #9 of 100 – ‘Tis the season…

‘Tis the season… to take the time to reflect on 2013 As another year draws to a close, you have a fantastic opportunity to reflect on what have been your personal highlights for the past 12 months. Perhaps it was watching your daughter graduate from Year 12 and kissing her goodbye as she embarked on […]

Tip #8 of 100 Supercharge enquiries from your “For rent”

Set up a standalone phone line that is advertised ONLY on your “For rent” signs. Then, when that particular unique “sign line” rings in the office, you know you are dealing with a prospective new tenant who has looked at the property’s location, likes what they have seen, and is probably sitting outside the property […]

Tip #7 – Easily remember where you parked your car

As a property manager, you are constantly driving to lots of different properties and parking your car in many different places. With such busy days – showing properties and/or doing routine or vacating inspections – you may forget where you have parked your car. With smartphones, remembering is easy – just take a photo of […]