When your property, be it commercial or residential, is mismanaged, you're losing value and time. When clients decide to appoint us, they experience the meaning of Cayzer results and why it matters.
ON TRACK WITH CAYZER COMMERCIAL
An investor came to Cayzer Commercial's Matt Crowhurst with a problem. He asked Matt to review the files of four of his commercial properties managed by another local agent. There had been problems with late rent, lease renewals and rent increases. Matt put together a plan and the investor moved management of all the properties to Cayzer Commercial.
Within just 2 months, these investment properties were back on track. Rents and outgoings are paid on time and the commercial investment properties are delivering a return on investment. But that's not all. The investor bought an office on St Kilda Road from Cayzer Commercial and you know who is keeping this one on track – Matt, of course.
A relieved landlord had this to say on Google Reviews:
"This agency has proved to be a life saver for us as landlords in the area. After a very bad experience with another agency in the area we have nothing but praise for Cayzer, in particular Natalie McAsey, Business Development Manager who proved to be outstanding in all areas of management and customer service. We have had urgent situations resolved with ease and timeliness, which have proved invaluable for both us and our tenants".
We do all the paperwork for you when you choose to go with the best – that's Cayzer Rentals.
The owners had signed up an agent from outside of the area to sell their apartment in a tree-lined location. These agents assured them they had the buyers and promised a quick sale with a big quote. After several months of minimal interest and little communication, the owners realised it was time to change tack and choose a local agent.
They contacted Jason De Stefano of Cayzer. After consulting with the owners about their timelines and expectations, Jason has put together a campaign which is already getting plenty of interest.
The Yalukut Weelam are the river people of Port Phillip. These are a few culturally significant sites that while much changed, can be visited today.