Only last week Perth Commercial Property took the liberty of reviewing a cleaning contract for one of my Shopping Centres and as a result of negotiating with the current suppliers, generated a saving of $9,904.08 per annum for the complex!
I would like to thank Anna Lynch for her assistance with the purchase and ongoing management of my commercial property. Anna is a wonderful real estate agent who understands the market and is knowledgeable with all aspects of real estate. Anna is also lovely to deal with, as she is honest, trustworthy and a great communicator.
Perth Commercial Property has been assisting us in finding high quality tenants for our various commercial properties in and around Perth. Their professional approach has resulted in tenancies being leased quickly to quality tenants at rates equal or often greater than expected
We are highly impressed with your professionalism and expertise, and could not recommend you enough.Thank you for assisting us with the ongoing leasing and management of our properties over the years. The quality of service provided, in addition to the quick responses we receive, keep us up to date at all times with never a question left unanswered.
by pcpadmin October 12, 2016
Whether you’re self managing your asset, or you have delegated the day-to-day operations to a management agency, you might be surprised by the additional benefits derived from your relationship with a good commercial property manager. Valuable benefits that you might be overlooking right
by pcpadmin July 19, 2016
Aaah, property investing. You could call it... running a therapy / tenant complaints hotline, funding your air conditioner repair mans bi-annual holidays, improving your debt collection skills, and shuffling mountains of paperwork and bills around your office. Chances are, if you own a
by pcpadmin June 22, 2016
Implementing annual rent reviews is critical for ensuring your commercial asset is generating the highest possible return year-on-year. Despite market fluctuations, it is well accepted that rents are on an overall long-term upward trend. Thus it is reasonable for a landlord to receive increases