Posts Tagged ‘Management’

New additions to our Property, Asset & Facilities management team

Property, Asset and Facilities management is an integral part of Preston Rowe Paterson Sydney’s total property consultancy and advisory service offering. We are excited to announce three new additions to our expanding management team. Chad Green has joined us as an associate director of our management (asset, property and facilities) division. Greg Preston commented that […]

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We’re in good company

Upon taking on Yardi we joined the likes of a number of highly successful companies such as: Charter Hall Goodman Fitness First Quadrant OZ Prop SPG Investments Pacific Group of Companies Federation Centres Cushman and Wakefield Vukelic Propertylink Leighton Properties VennCap DB Property Comac Cromwell, and Prosper Group We have been fortunate enough to work […]

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How does our property management, asset management and facilities management team shape up?

The management team at Preston Rowe Paterson has never been stronger, from property management, to asset management to facilities management we have property management covered! We manage a wide range of properties, our experience extends (but is not limited) to retail, industrial, commercial, heritage and residential properties, along with wharf’s, pool’s, theaters, restaurants and outdoor […]

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Purchasing property as an asset under Self-Managed Super Funds continues to rise

As a result of the new borrowing guidelines introduced in 2007, purchasing property as an asset under a self-managed super fund (SMSF) has become extremely popular. The ATOs March 2014 figures show an increase of 129,282 SMSFs between June 2009 and March 2014. Self-managed super funds can invest in properties directly or indirectly via property […]

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The importance of heritage investment property management

Preston Rowe Paterson Sydney has, for some time, specialised in heritage investment property management. The investment management of heritage buildings requires empathy and a detailed understanding of the governing legislation namely the NSW Heritage Act of 1977. Heritage properties are often the subject of Conservation Management Plans which require specific works and ongoing asset management […]

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