Taylor Property Plus uses the Gateway property management computer system. This package has been developed, marketed and is fully supported by Console New Zealand Limited. Gateway is a purpose-built property management software program which is used nationally by property managers for residential investment properties, such as yours. For your benefit, we have purchased this software and are, therefore, able to keep key information about your rental property.
How does it work?
- Rents are paid through the Taylor Property Trust Account – rents are checked daily and followed up where necessary.
- When the necessity arises to engage tradespeople, we arrange this directly and take care of paying the accounts on your behalf by way of deducting it from your rental income.
- You will be paid twice-monthly on the 15th and first day of the month (or the nearest working day). After having paid any disbursements and deducting our property management commission, you will be paid directly into your bank account through the same-day electronic banking.
- At the same time that we pay you, your statement of account showing incomes and disbursements will be emailed to you. If email is not for you, then we will post you your copy.
- If you wish, we can provide a copy directly to your accountant – either by email or by mail at the same time.
- We save owners the cost of an automatic payment fee for the payment of our property management commission. The software also eliminates the need for revising fee automatic payments when rents change.
- Regular inspections and follow through on any issues arising from the inspection.
- We are able to monitor leases to ensure vacancies are kept to the absolute minimum to ensure maximum occupancy rates.
- At the end of the financial year, we provide you with a summary of the income and disbursements for the year – ready to complete your Inland Revenue obligations.
- We keep a full history of your tenants, rental payments, creditor payments and bonds. Under New Zealand legislation (Section 30 Residential Tenancies Act 1998) landlords are charged with the responsibility of keeping detailed records – we can do this simply and easily for you.
- See the pie chart “Rental Financial Management” which attempts to outline the financial services available to you.