Results for: "Property Administrators & Rent Collectors" - "Rentals" in "Durban-North, South Africa"

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151 Musgrave Rd

FNB Hse

Musgrave Rd

Durban

4001

Kwazulu-Natal

South Africa

-29.847943

30.99979

151 Musgrave Rd

Musgrave Rd

Durban

4000

Kwazulu-Natal

South Africa

-29.827442

31.010406

175 Sandile Thusi Rd

Sandile Thusi Rd

Durban

4001

Kwazulu-Natal

South Africa

-29.835723

30.998755

18 Musgrave Rd

113 Musgrave Prk

Musgrave Rd

Durban

4001

Kwazulu-Natal

South Africa

-29.852619

30.999554

47 South Beach Av

Bayview Hse

South Beach Av

Durban

Kwazulu-Natal

South Africa

-29.865517

31.040846

Property Administrators and Rent Collectors

Property administrators manage day to day events concerned in running a real estate property. Property administrators have a number of managerial duties such as managing maintenance contractors and service providers as well handling tenant relations. Although these administrators normally work for property management firms, others are hired by government agencies and companies to manage various properties.

Property managers are responsible for managing buildings with multiple tenants such as office buildings, apartment houses, or shopping centres. They handle everything with the help of rent collectors and maintenance staff. Rent collectors monitor rental payments on behalf of landlords. They process monthly rental payments. Rent collectors are also dedicated accountants that legally pursue late rental payments. Landlords have gained control over their investments since rent collectors monitor and collect rentals on their behalf.

Property administrators coordinate a wide range of activities to make sure that the residential or commercial property functions smoothly. These activities include inspecting the property to ensure that it meets all the relevant health and safety requirements. They can also assist clients who call the firm inquiring about renting apartments. They also pay for utility services such as electricity sewerage, garbage collection and water.

Property Administrators and Rent Collectors

Property administrators manage day to day events concerned in running a real estate property. Property administrators have a number of managerial duties such as managing maintenance contractors and service providers as well handling tenant relations. Although these administrators normally work for property management firms, others are hired by government agencies and companies to manage various properties.

Property managers are responsible for managing buildings with multiple tenants such as office buildings, apartment houses, or shopping centres. They handle everything with the help of rent collectors and maintenance staff. Rent collectors monitor rental payments on behalf of landlords. They process monthly rental payments. Rent collectors are also dedicated accountants that legally pursue late rental payments. Landlords have gained control over their investments since rent collectors monitor and collect rentals on their behalf.

Property administrators coordinate a wide range of activities to make sure that the residential or commercial property functions smoothly. These activities include inspecting the property to ensure that it meets all the relevant health and safety requirements. They can also assist clients who call the firm inquiring about renting apartments. They also pay for utility services such as electricity sewerage, garbage collection and water.

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