If you’re in a position to hire a property manager, it’s highly likely that you’ve invested in an additional property – which, let’s be honest, if you live in Australia, doesn’t come cheap. Considering you’ve invested your hard-earned savings, you’ll want to ensure that you’re getting the maximum return on your investment and reaping the benefits of your hard work. Therefore, handing over your beloved residence may induce feelings of anxiety or fear of mismanagement, high fees, lost potential, the list goes on. These are all valid concerns. However, these should diminish if you engage with the right property manager. In this blog, we’ll be discussing what you should look for in potential managers before you engage, and what are the tell-tell signs that they’re not the one.