Better Cashflow For Your Household

In these challenging times cash flow is more important than ever.

Landlords across Australia are concerned by the possibility of their tenants not being able to pay rent on time or in some cases, pay rent at all.

Traditionally, property managers collect rent each week or fortnight, the agency holds those funds and then at the end of the month payment of rent is made to the landlord.

In the current climate, a lot can change in a month.

Bellcourt Mount Lawley is proud to be the only agency in Western Australia offering immediate transfer of rental funds to our landlords ( and we always have! ).   As soon as a tenant’s rental payment clears, it’s paid to the landlord’s account, instantly, whether that’s fortnightly, weekly or daily.  Greatly assisting with cash flow and in reducing mortgage interest charges if paid into an offset account.

Our state of the art landlord portal also offers;
– Complete transparency for agent / tenant communications.
– A detailed overview of maintenance requests and progress.
– On demand financial reports. Produce an income and expenditure report or view statements for any period, 24/7.
– Choose how you pay your bills. From rent ( as normal ) or by direct debit or credit card. You can change the payment method at anytime and as many times as you like through the portal.
– Tenants can pay rent by various methods, including credit card. Minimising the likelihood of late or missed rent payments.

Our business has been paperless and entirely cloud based since we opened, making it much easier for us to adapt to current circumstances than most agencies.

With a manageable portfolio of local rentals and a Property Management Team with years of experience, your investment property will be in safe hands.

For a no obligation discussion about the management of your investment property, please reply to this email or contact me on 0433 118 353, 7 days.

Wayne Heldt

wayne@bellcourtproperty.com.au

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