Our Property Management Services
Whether commercial or residential, Inland Property Management does exceptional work – both with our clients, and behind the scenes. Our dedicated staff of experienced real estate experts takes meticulous care to ensure that all parts of the process are followed and observed, and to ensure that our tenants have the information they need to become full-time residents or proud owners of commercial property.
Please take some time to review some of the main facets of each type of service from Inland Property Management, and find out how we can help you, our respected client, in the best way possible:
Residential Property Management:
From your first consultation with us to the moment we hand you the keys to your new rental or purchased property, we are helping you through the entire process. Discovering what your residential needs are, finding the perfect property, walking you through everything step-by-step, taking care of payments – Inland Property Management is a local company that truly cares about your experience.
Commercial Property Management:
Commercial property management requires diligence, communication skills, and a honed business acumen. Inland Property Management has all of that and more! Owner relations, contract relations, Board representation, government and financial paper work – no matter what the scale of your commercial property purchase or rental, we can guide you at every turn and make finding the perfect business property an easy experience.
Some of these items are optional on the part of the client whose officers may wish to take a greater role in the business of the condominium.
1. Keep a set of books for the condominium (does not include formal year end statement preparation)
2. Collect the condominium fees from owners
3. Prepare draft budgets each year for the consideration of the Board
4. Purchase GIC’s and other investments as directed by the Board
5. Prepare government registrations for changes of directors
6. Submit GST returns where applicable on commercial condominiums
7. Submit WCB returns where applicable to cover workers & directors
8. Attend all Board meetings
9. Prepare agenda and meeting package of financial statements, correspondence, etc.
10. Take the minutes of the Board meetings
11. Obtain quotes/contractors for Board approved maintenance such as lawn maintenance, snow removal, insurance coverage and emergency work
12. Write correspondence to owners on behalf of the Board
13. Keep proper files on condominium business
14. Prepare caveats for registration against titles of defaulting owners
15. Prepare newsletters from submitted materials for distribution to owners and residents
16. Answer general questions from owners
17. Assess fines for bylaw infractions as determined by the Board
18. Prepare estoppel certificates for owners selling or refinancing
19. Maintain emergency contact facility for after-hours calls
20. Work with contractors on repairs and improvements approved by the Board
21. Ensure contractors are properly covered by insurance and WCB
22. Ensure work is satisfactorily completed for payment
23. Write the cheques to pay bills incurred by the condominium (some obligations such as utilities are put onto automatic debits to ensure prompt payment)