Seeing Into the Future

A property manager’s job is to see into the future.  No I don’t mean being a fortune teller but being able to plan items in advance and see issues before they happen.  Here we are in October and some of us are getting bids for snow removal and doing heating system preventative maintenance or getting oil tanks topped off.  Some of us are winterizing sprinkler systems or winterizing vacant homes (one of the checklists included in this program).  A property manager must see a coming cold snap before it happens causing frozen pipes that can cause terrible water damage. 

Being a property manager requires planning and foresight.  Your clients want this – they don’t want a reactive property manager or admin assistant – they want someone guiding the way.  If you enjoy helping people and solving problems before they happen then property management is for you.  I hope you see property management in your future.

Good luck.

Published on October 4, 2012 in Uncategorized

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