After the commitments of work life, retirement should be a time where you can sit back, relax and enjoy a carefree lifestyle. If that sounds like your dream retirement, a full property management service could give you the security you need. From handling health and safety regulations to the maintenance of your home, there are loads of ways that property managers can free up your time to start living your retirement life to the full.
Want to find out more? Here is everything you
can expect from your property
What are the duties
of a property manager?
- Day-to-day maintenance of your property
- Safety and compliance
- Tenant communication
- Property inspections
- Landlord appointment
- Help with selling your property
No-one wants to have to worry about the
maintenance of their home during their retirement years. This is where a
property manager comes in. If you have any broken appliances or other issues
with your property, you can rest assured that your property manager will be on
hand to keep your home in top working order. In the capable hands of a property
manager, you can live an independent lifestyle without worrying about the state
of their apartment.
Safety and compliance may not be the most
exciting matters, but they are incredibly important when it comes to easing
your mind. One of your property managers most important responsibilities is to
ensure that your retirement apartment complies to all health and safety regulations
– especially as they are constantly subject to change. If your property manager
stays on top of compliance rules, you can enjoy the stress-free retirement that
Property managers don’t just look after the
upkeep of your home behind the scenes – they also provide a regular point of
contact for tenants. In the case of an emergency or a broken appliance, it’s
good to know that you can turn to your property manager to resolve any
problems. You can get in contact with your property manager without even
leaving the comfort of your home! So if you have any concerns or issues with
your property, don’t be afraid to ask.
As a tenant, you may not be able to pick up on changes to your property with the naked eye. But property managers can keep an eye on your property to spot any potential issues before they turn into problems. Property managers take regular inspections of the property to see if anything needs improving, as well as putting any preventative measures in place to ensure your home stays in tip-top shape.
Property managers don’t just oversee the
upkeep of your property. With Churchill Estate Management, you also get to play
a big role in who manages your apartment block! With up to 50% of the tenants
in your development, you can form a ‘Right to Manage’ company that takes
responsibility for looking after the management of your apartment block. This
is a great option if you have a managing agent that you aren’t happy with, or
simply want to shake up your retirement lifestyle.
When you do feel like it’s time for a change,
property managers can make sure your sale goes as smoothly as possible.
Property managers will help to get your property listed on the market,
including help with marketing and the progression of the sale. You’ll be able
to start life in a new area without even having to break a sweat. Selling your home
can be a difficult process, but property managers take these responsibilities
off your shoulders.
If you live in the UK and want to take
advantage of Churchill Estate Management’s services, you won’t have to look far.
With experience managing retirement developments for over 60s across the UK, you
can enjoy the support of a trusty property manager in no time!
Saving you time and hassle, Churchill Estate Management takes care of the day-to-day
running of your property, so you don’t have to! Specializing in developments
for those aged 60 and over, there’s no better way to guarantee a safe and
secure retirement lifestyle. Find out how we can help you enjoy your retirement, by contacting us today.