Property Management Services

At Living Here Mackay, property management is our obsession.

Our team is experienced, our systems are market leading and our local knowledge is vast and impressive. We thrive on running an efficient, well-managed office which not only enhances our performance and the service we offer but also enables us to achieve maximum returns for our clients.

Discover the Living Here difference:

FOCUS – Property Management Specialists

Property Management is our true focus – we live and breathe it. As the core service we provide this makes it our absolute specialty and currently take care of a property portfolio of over 500 properties in and around Mackay.

VALUE – Maximum Returns

Our goal is to increase your income and ensure your investment is working for you! We aim to ensure you you receive the highest possible rent returns through regular assessments that take into account current market rentals of similar properties, the area’s vacancy rate, condition of the property, quality of the tenant and length of tenancy.

PROACTIVE APPROACH – Finding the Right Tenant for your Property

Living Here Mackay exposes your property to the widest possible number of prospective tenants through every available resource:

  • Centrally located office where walk-in can freely access information on listings we have on offer
  • Window display, lit 24 hours a day, 7 days a week
  • Advertising in local newspapers
  • Property signage
  • Extensive email database
  • Internet advertising on eight property listing websites including livingheremackay.com.au;      realestate.com.au; domain.com.au and rentfind.com.au

Our sole focus when your property is listed to rent is to find the right tenant for you. After we have processed tenancy applications received using thorough screening, databased and reference checks we then contact you and final tenant selection is always your decision.

COMMUNICATION – Keeping You Informed

We work closely with our Landlords to ensure communication needs are met. We know that information is important, as are each individual’s unique communication preferences – how often communication is provided and of course, what information is included.