An interesting question arises as to how many tenants a property manager can successfully control. It is a frequent question although it doesn't have a standard answer; that is because each and every property is unique and different as well as the types of tenants contained in each property.
Here are some observations regards the property management workload process:
- 1. Retail Properties generally create far more work for the property manager. This is due to the greater level of interaction with the tenants, and the required reporting processes with the landlord.
- 2. Industrial property is generally easier to manage with far less activity relating to leases, outgoings, and tenant management.
- 3. Office Property tends to have the middle ground when it comes to workload and property management activities.
4. Properties with multiple tenants in occupation need to be carefully managed because each one of those leases will be unique and different.
5. Some landlords have an extensive reporting and communication process that can overload the activities of the property manager. If that is the case, then a higher fee should be established for the additional workload.
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