Landmark unit offers liaison service
Dubai, June 6, 2011
Dubai-based Landmark Property Management, a unit of real estate advisory Landmark Properties, has launched a property management service to act as landlord-tenant liaison in management and leasing of the real estate.
The cost for doing so can start at Dh4 ($1.09) a day/per annum based on an annual rental income of Dh30,000, it said in a statement.
An additional service, the Landmark residential maintenance package, is designed to protect the value and longevity of each homeowner’s property, while leaving the landlord to enjoy the steady returns on their investment, these particular packages can start for Dh7 a day/per annum to cover all basic maintenance requirements of a property, the statement added.
“It is always advisable to have a property rented respectively occupied to ensure that all fixed installation are regularly used and maintained to avoid high repair cost especially in these harsh climate conditions,” said Christiane Murray, head of Property Management at Landmark Properties.
“We understand that a property is an income-producing asset that must be managed and maintained to the highest standard.”
“Costing less than our clients’ morning take-away coffee, we will take care and maintain the upkeep of their property, providing them with piece-of-mind throughout the year,” she added.
Landmark Property Management tailor-make packages suit the specifies of their clients by adding services such as swimming pool service, carpentry, masonry, painting and much more. Murray said.
Leaving apartments and villas empty during the upcoming summer break requires regular perimeter checks to be carried out to ensure that the property is safe from intrusion, break-ins and obvious damage, while also making arrangements for gardens and plants to be watered and for pools to be serviced, a statement said.
Landmark can offer individual monthly packages to cover periods of absence during summer, it added. – TradeArabia News Service
More Construction & Real Estate Stories
- Damac launches luxury apartments at Expo site
- Kuwaitis top GCC property buyers in Oman
- Rubber World to showcase at Big 5 Saudi
- Tool to help create effective property listings
- 'Smart' move by Dubai Design District
- Drake unit wins $13m contract in India
- Solar-powered cleaning boats launched in Sharjah
- $27m Expo Hotel Sharjah deal signed
- Arabtec unit wins $282m Emaar contract
- Abu Dhabi to host pool & spa expo
- ADCM unit secures $213m bridging loan
- Cluttons Dubai launches new luxury apartments
- Dubai developer Damac profits triple to $641m
- Dubai to start work on $544m water canal
- Dubai property market can absorb 25,000 units
- Jones Lang LaSalle renamed 'JLL'
- Aldar raises synergy estimate from Sorouh merger
- UAE industrial property sector keeps up growth
- Dubai residential property prices up 26pc
- Majid Al Futtaim to build new mall in Dubai IMPZ
- 300 firms to take part in Dubai property forum
- Naseej inks deal to develop Bahrain projects
- Dadabhai unveils new residential project
- Flowcrete completes Dubai Mall project
- Global asphalt demand hits new high
- $1.3bn infrastructure investment firm set up in Saudi
- Manara sees big project villa success
- Global giants eye RAK utility projects
- Cayan partners with international artist Zsuzsanna
- Samsung, Hyundai win $1.7bn Iraq deals