Our property management philosophy includes investment protection, maximizing investment return,  effective and efficient maintenance programme, to minimize downtime and long term cost hence ensuring efficient management of operating expenses for the asset.

There are basically four areas of responsibility namely property management,building management, financial management and tenancy management.

The involvement of a property manager will start from as early as the design stage to the construction/leasing stage (pre occupation) and thereafter the post occupation which is the on-going management stage.

i) Design Stage

Developer can increase the chance of success for their projects by bringing in a property manager at the very beginning of the development process. A building that is designed and constructed with effective property management in mind is usually more cost effective and less  troublesome to manage in the long run.

ii) Construction/leasing stage (pre occupation)

  • Inspection
  • Tenant Selection
  • Documentation
  • Financial Management
  • Secure building services contract
  • Defect list preparation
  • Document collection (plans/keys)
  • Set up maintenance office
  • Recruitment/training of on site staff
  • Establish system & procedure
  • Establish tender procedures
  • Renovation/ moving in guidelines
  • Establish reporting policy/proceed
  • Monitor testing and commissioning
  • Establish lease schedule
  • Devise system for compiling O & M
  • Establish lessee feedback structure
  • Establish asset register
  • Audit O & M and plans

iii) On going management stage (post occupation)

  • Inspection
  • Monitor system for cost saving & efficiency
  • Documentation
  • Advertising/marketing
  • Rent reviews
  • Repairs and maintenance
  • Financial management
  • Arrears control
  • Supervise Contractors & site staff
  • Identify market trends & development strategy
  • Inventory list
  • Organize fire evacuation drill
  • Monitor defect rectification
  • Staff Training
  • Internal audit/QIP
  • Maintain service contractor schedule
  • Preventive maintenance
  • Recalibration of equipment
  • Code/statutory compliance
  • Ensure compliance by lessee