Vacay offers highly competitive management and onboarding fees, please contact us to discuss our introductory fees for new listings.

  •  What we offer:
  •   Low management fees
  •   We are local and always accessible for communication
  •   Professional property management software to provide you with up to date reporting.
  •   Expect your pProperty to be leased quickly with professional marketing and our existing database.
  •   Our commitment to source superior tenants, it’s always in our best interest!
  •   We can arrange affordable property styling and photography quickly to get your property leased fast.
  •   Professional Quality Maintenance keeping your costs in mind.
  •   Excellent communication with 100% dedication to your property.


Why use a professional Property Manager?

Sourcing and securing quality tenants is not as easy as you may think. A lot of work goes into finding someone that is well suited for a particular property and property managers have a lot of advantages over those who are managing their own investments.

Property managers know the area they are working in extremely well, and as such, typically have a database of verified tenants who have been living or looking in the area

The other benefit is that property managers often have access to databases and software which allow them to verify tenants and their rental history.

According to research by Domain, the majority of Australian investors – around 75 per cent to be exact, use a property manager to manage their investment; and there’s plenty of reasons why.


Best maintenance and repairs with maintained relationships from local businesses:

If maintenance and repairs aren’t handled quickly and correctly, landlords can be left our of pocket.

We deal with maintenance and repairs requests daily. We work with the best local suppliers and follow up.  A good property manager also knows how to ensure the landlord is getting the best value for the maintenance services and will always do the due diligence of asking for a number of quotes before commissioning work.

Understanding the market and regulations:


There are a number of laws and agreements that govern tenancy, and they vary from state to state. It’s imperative landlords are across these sanctions to ensure the landlord and tenant are both upholding their end of the agreement; however, it can be a lot to keep track of.

Property managers are across regulations, government sanctions and agreements that are relevant to their state and their landlords, so they stay across all legal requirements and regulations so that landlords don’t have to.

Being across the tenancy act, also makes it easier for property managers to have difficult conversations if they need to; which can be extremely uncomfortable for self-managed landlords, especially if they’re not up to date with the rules.

The other benefit to property managers is that they stay on top of the movements of the property market on behalf of their landlords. This means, in cases like what is currently happening with COVID-19, as a landlord, you have an expert in your corner who can help you respond to fluctuating market conditions and come out the other side.