As a full-service residential property management firm in Brisbane, we offer the most comprehensive and cost effective Residential Property Management Redland Bay solutions. Real Property Management is one of the industry leaders providing innovative processes and systems which are managed by a professional and well-trained staff of experienced managers, maintenance technicians, and accountants.
Through our experience, our knowledge of the Redland Bay real estate market, and our excellent customer service, Real Property Management suburb provides stability and security in the often-challenging world of investment property ownership.
Real Property Management Redland Bay provides the following services:
Comprehensive Marketing & Advertising Program
Your property will be advertised on the best leasing sites on the internet every month. We have negotiated exclusive contracts with major advertising providers to ensure top placement and frequency.
Full Credit, Income, Employment and Criminal Screening
Every effort is made to find tenants with excellent credit and rental history. We require all applicants to verify their application information. We also run criminal background and credit background checks on everyone who is over age 18 in the home. We follow all federal and state real estate regulations to ensure you are in full compliance.
All properties we manage are visited on a regular basis to ensure they are being well maintained by the tenants. These visits are done by qualified employees who will inform you of any issues that need to be addressed. We will also update you if we find any issues with the property’s plumbing, furnace, water heaters, air conditioners, or any other mechanical systems as well as appliances.
Online Accounting and Financial Reporting
We utilize a web-based property management system and provide our property owners with online access to view their financial statements. We provide numerous reports including tenant rental payment history, work order history, property history, and financial statements. Our system provides you, the owner, with access to the information you need, when you need it – 24/7.
In addition to saving you time and money through our management services, we provide high quality and timely maintenance on your property. Our in-house maintenance staff and preferred vendor relationships will save you time and money as well as ensure the repairs are done in a professional manner.
Our maintenance department is available 24-hours a day, 7 days a week, including all of our emergency services.
Our collection processes are professional thorough in collecting your rent in a timely manner. We set the expectation early on so that the tenants understand that their rent must be paid on time.
Complete Eviction and Possession Services
We follow proven and standard practices when it comes to collecting rent. However, in the event a tenant can no longer meet their rental obligation, we will handle the eviction process swiftly. Our staff is experienced and knowledgeable in state and local Landlord and Tenant laws.
Property Management Redland Bay
Redland Bay is a township at the southern end of Redland City. Redland Bay is some 35 km (22 miles) south-east of Brisbane, the capital of Queensland, Australia. The township is named for the bay it sits on, which forms part of larger Moreton Bay.
The Aboriginal name for the Redland Bay region was Talwalpin after the cottonwood tree which was widespread in the area.
Since the first European settlers arrived in the mid-19th century, Redland Bay has remained a farming and fishing-based area until the mid-20th century when some of the farms were subdivided and improved transport infrastructure made it possible for residents to commute the 35 kilometers into Brisbane.
The township has long been the port for vessels plying the bay islands. These islands include Russell Island, Macleay Island, Karragarra Island, Lamb Island and North Stradbroke Island, home to several thousand residents enjoying an idyllic, sub-tropical lifestyle.
Redland Bay township was established in the mid-19th century by settlers attracted to the fertile volcanic soil and pleasant climate. The redness of Redland Bay soil derives from iron oxides present in lava from a volcano that erupted (millions of years ago) in northern New South Wales, some 100 kilometres to the south.
In Barry Kidd’s 1979 Redland illustrated History he writes ‘Redland Bay is arguably the most unchanged and fertile land within the entire Redlands area. The suburban sprawl has managed only scant inroads to a few pockets of land, but the remaining farmers have stubbornly resisted even the juiciest of offers from land developers, preferring a continuation of their inherited lifestyle.’
In the two decades that followed, the decision was made by the Redland Shire Council to permit suburban development in and around Redland Bay. With land zoning changing from rural to residential, and the corresponding steep rise in rates (local government land tax), Redland Bay’s farmers found they could no longer compete with other farming areas not as close to a major metropolitan area. One by one the farms were sold to land development companies, and Redland Bay, by the year 2002 farming had all but ceased.