Technical property management
Caretakers and maintenance staff inspect and look after the properties and carry out maintenance to fix problems. Other property maintenance services are improving the indoor climate, energy optimisation, processing operating statistics and conducting checks on behalf of government agencies. Maintenance staff also report fault statistics and compile climate reports in addition to taking responsibility for possibly the largest proportion of the work, services to tenants.
Technical and commercial management
Technical management is based on a maintenance plan drawn up for each property. The maintenance plan is updated regularly to identify changes in the building and the needs of tenants and make it easier for the property owner to budget for operational and maintenance costs. Commercial management includes services such as monitoring tenancies, showing properties to prospective tenants, negotiations, monitoring key statistics and managing insurance issues. As a separate part of management, the project organisation delivers tenant adaptations, renovations and project follow-up.
Financial management includes day-to-day financial tasks such as managing supplier invoices, logging income and costs, paying suppliers and contractors, balancing the books, rent administration, and all the other financial tasks required in property management. The work also includes more extensive elements such as producing forecasts and compiling budgets. When properties are bought and sold, the finance staff play a key role in producing financial reports and documentation.
To contact your local management staff, please see the contact information in the stairwell.