My career in property management began in 2005. From the outset I learned that every transaction needs hard work, energy and integrity. I was recently named #2 Property Manager in the North Island while working for another company, an award of which I’m very proud. I believe it was reward for my ongoing and never-wavering commitment to the role and my skill in managing both people and property.
I firmly believe that communication is all important. When meeting with clients, I go to great lengths to create a relaxed environment and work collaboratively with both owners and tenants to achieve the best possible outcome.
I understand that keeping the lines of communication open with both tenants and landlords is essential. It ensures that any issues can be speedily resolved before they escalate into conflict. If quick action is needed, I have a network of tradespeople I can call on. Over the past 15 years I have dealt with every situation imaginable and have managed to maintain a sense of humour and a great work ethic!
My passion for people and property has helped past property owners defy market conditions and overcome the highs and lows in the market. I am committed to ongoing training and staying up-to-date with all things property. I can offer solid advice in many areas so never be afraid to ask.
Thank you again for your help and your professionalism in all the issues we have discussed. You dealt with everything promptly and efficiently. An excellent Property Manager.Brenda Halliday
Ken Nelson is my name and I owned a couple of rentals, one of which was managed by your team. Unfortunately, that one was contaminated by P, the reading was from memory, 54 parts per whatever!
At that time, March 2019, Keely Kerrisk (Stubbs) was the one who informed me of the P problem and we met her at the property. The tenant had long absconded.
At this time, my wife had just been diagnosed with terminal cancer and she accompanied me to meet with Keely at the property. She has since passed away. As you can imagine, we were distraught to say the least, at receiving two lots of bad news, the cancer and the P contamination.
The reason for this email is to tell you that you have one exceptional lady in Keely. It brings tears to my eyes when I think about what she did to ease the burden on us both. On telling Keely the bad news about my wife, she said ,"you two go home, I will take care of everything". And she did just that. From making the insurance claims to organising the work crews to test, clean, repair and she got the place "sale" ready. We pretty much did not have to do a thing apart from okay quotes she arranged.
I have nothing but the highest praise for that lady and I felt that you should know about this. Keely deserves the highest honour.