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Thursday, 21 April 2022

11am - 12pm AEST

WEBCAST

Building out a smart, scalable property management business

Growing the rent roll, managing landlords, and better servicing tenants are all high on the list of property management priorities in 2022. While managing a rent roll has always been seen as a great balancing act – and one that requires sizable upfront investment – it’s recently become a far simpler proposition for savvy business owners and leaders.

REB’s Grace Ormsby is joined by Junction Estate Agents’ Jeremy Paikeaw, Place Estate Agents' Cathie Crampton, Laing+Simmons partner Sam Dolby, and rent roll broker Dean Yeo to take a look at how businesses can achieve huge growth in their property management divisions over a short space of time, without necessarily increasing headcount or overheads.

This must-watch masterclass will give insight into how business structure can make or break a rent roll’s profitability potential, and show you the tried-and-tested techniques in use by property management teams today.


Join REB and our specialist panelists for this in-depth masterclass, which will also explore:

  • What activities offer the highest reward for property management teams
  • Why business owners needn’t fear the ‘Great Resignation’
  • How technology can underpin an efficient and profitable business

This webcast is live and interactive so prepare your questions for our panelists.


Register your free spot now!

Building out a smart, scalable property management business
REB BOSSP2022
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Schedule

Thursday, 21 April 2022

11am - 12pm AEST

60 minutes

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Building out a smart, scalable property management business

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