What you need to know about switching property managers

By Moye Team
Published in Property management
August 25, 2021
2 min read
What you need to know about switching property managers

Changing property managers isn’t as complicated or costly as many people believe. There are a lot of misconceptions about when and how to switch property managers, which leads to owners gnashing their teeth and putting up with bad service while counting down the days until their lease expires or their tenants move away. This, however, does not have to be the case.

Don’t get trapped with a property manager who isn’t up to par! If your current property management isn’t cutting it and isn’t fulfilling the obligations outlined in your lease, it’s time to consider switching. After all, it’s a two-way street, and there’s no reason to fork over a chunk of your rental money to compensate for poor service, right?

Common misunderstanding about switching

The following are a few of the most typical misunderstandings among property owners:

  • Before I transfer property managers, I have to wait until the tenancy is over.
  • My tenant will experience significant upheaval and interruption as a result of this.
  • For my property, I’ll have to find new tenants.
  • My tenants will have to sign a new lease.

It is a prevalent misperception among property owners that switching property managers will cause their tenants to be inconvenienced. The transfer may actually result in happier renters if a property management has a competent transition strategy that prioritises the tenants’ well-being.

The Truth of Switching

You and your tenants will experience minimal inconvenience if you change property managers when you’re ready. If you’re afraid about giving your tenants any inconvenience, don’t worry. The property management contract merely ends your relationship with your present property manager; your relationship with your tenant will continue to exist. So you can rest assured that nothing will change; just the property management will be considerably better.

Many property management companies don’t even have a notice period for terminating a contract.

Switching to Moye

The transition to a new property management is made much easier when you choose Moye. It’s as simple as signing up and entering your information.

We’ll handle everything from here on out, including alerting your agents and completing the transfer. Everything from completing the papers to notifying your renters of the move to picking up keys will be handled by us. So sit back, unwind, and enjoy a hassle-free switch.

Switching to Moye can be done in three simple steps:

  1. Tell us about your property: Answer a few basic questions about yourself and your rental property.
  2. Sign the managing authority: Please let us know where your rent should be sent, as well as any additional information, so that we can draught the MAA for you to sign.
  3. We’ll take care of the rest: You can take a seat and unwind. One of our representatives will contact you to discuss how we will move your property to Moye.

Looking after your renters from Day One

We care about your renters at Moye. We will always watch out for your best interests and make sure your property is well-maintained, but we also recognise that a satisfied tenant is a critical component of the equation.

That’s why we have a Tenant App to make your renter’s life easier right away. We’ll make sure your renter is ready to go and familiar with their new app, as well as who they may contact if they need assistance.

“With minimal disturbance to both you and your renter, you can change property managers whenever you’re ready.”


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Table Of Contents

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Common misunderstanding about switching
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The Truth of Switching
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Switching to Moye
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Looking after your renters from Day One

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