*Members Only* Webinar - How to get the most out of working with a property manager

Details

Date: 21-Apr-2021

Capacity: 100 (44% booked) 


60-minute web session streaming from 12 pm 

Post-stream replay available

Webinar presentation by Kristine King, DK Law
 


HAPPY TO INVEST BUT DON'T WANT THE DAY-TO-DAY AGGRO OF MANAGING A TENANCY?

Supercharging your investment returns isn't just about getting the numbers right; you also need to have the right people on your team. With tenancy laws being increasingly tightened, we expect property managers to soon play a key role in maximising investors' outcomes. Dial into this webinar to hear lawyer Kristine King outline the legal parameters within which landlords engage and work with property manager as well as her best practice suggestions to enhance your results. 

Session topics
  • The role, rights and obligations of a landlord vs that of a property manager; 
  • Practical implications of an unregulated PM market; 
  • Duty of care vs all-care-no-liability clauses; 
  • How to handle complaints and disputes; 
  • General tips on how to select and maintain a productive working relationship with a PM. 
If time permits, live audience will have the opportunity to ask Kristine questions about property managers. 
Speaker

Kristine King is a Director of DK Law.

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