Thursday, 30 April 2015

Perth Commercial Real Estate Managers Help Maximise Trading Hours

Among other things, investment property owners need to ensure uninterrupted water, electricity, and HVAC so that tenants have the ability to operate. Likewise, property owners must guarantee on-call coverage for emergency repairs as well as issues that may arise in the course of a commercial tenancy. Fortunately, landlords can leave all the nitty-gritty to Perth commercial real estate managers working with a firm like Brett Halvorson and Associates. These professionals can take charge of sundry matters, from rent collection to property upkeep and marketing. With a dedicated property manager on board, landlords can keep their investments profitable and ensure that their tenants have the flexibility and capacity to meet consumer demand regardless of operating schedule.

Thursday, 9 April 2015

Entering the Perth Commercial Property Market? Learn the Basics First

Commercial properties may have higher building upkeep costs and require more time and effort to maintain. You may also find property ownership particularly challenging when you have to collect rent and other dues from multiple tenants or lessees. If you already have a lot on your plate, you could tap the services of a company that specialises in commercial property management in Perth.

Tuesday, 7 April 2015

Commercial Real Estate in Perth Requires Hands-On Management Expertise

Of special interest to most investors these days is the recently proposed City of Perth Act, which would make it easier for commercial property owners and the rest of the business community to vote and have a say in the development of the city’s central business district. Whilst the proposed act may work in favour of commercial property owners, foreign investors also have certain factors to consider. For instance, if you are not a permanent resident of Perth and have other obligations to attend to elsewhere, you may not be able to give your investment property your full attention. If you are thinking of buying, selling, or leasing commercial real estate in Perth, therefore, then you need a skilled property manager who will take good care of your investment and make sure it stays profitable.

Sunday, 5 April 2015

Should Your Perth Commercial Property Go Green? Points to Consider

You would do well to consult an experienced Perth commercial property manager if you would like to make your building more energy efficient and thereby maximise your profits. The advantages of going green cannot be overstated, especially the cost savings potential and the ability to contribute to the nation’s energy productivity goals. At any rate, you’ll need the help of experienced property management professionals who can advise you on the impact of any renovation or modification to your existing building as well as supervise those improvements.

Friday, 3 April 2015

Old Buildings Have Potential as Perth Commercial Properties for Lease

Whether you choose to invest in a modern or a decades-old building that has achieved iconic status, the important thing is to ensure that the location has strategic value. In the case of the Piccadilly Cinema, strategic value comes from being right smack in the middle of the CBD itself, i.e. the heart of all of Perth's commercial or business activities. At any rate, marketing your commercial properties for lease in Perth with the help of a property management firm such as Brett Halvorson & Associates should help put a commercial space on the map and attract prospective tenants.

Wednesday, 1 April 2015

Perth Investment Property Returns: Festivals as Force Multipliers

Allow Perth investment property specialists like Brett Halvorson & Associates to come up with the best possible marketing strategy for your commercial space. There's always more than one way to attract investors, after all. Among other things, such a specialist can take charge of maintaining or even rehabilitating your property to make it as desirable as possible to prospective tenants. Your property manager can also identify possible opportunities with local as well as foreign investors, who have been arriving in droves to Perth recently.