We know time is of the essence

ARG understands the importance of managing your asset. Our experienced Property Management team provide optimum, transparent and reliable feedback at all times to ensure we achieve the highest possible rent in the shortest possible timeframe.

In most new property sales scenarios following settlement, we understand the process following settlement usually begins with the chosen Property Manager requesting delivery of the keys. This is when ARG starts the process of securing a tenant ensuring the transition from settlement to occupancy is a seamless process.

At this point we are likely already providing you updates on construction and completion timeframes, so why involve another new party in the process? With our close relationship with builders and developers, we can generally organise earlier access to your home to ensure a tenant is secured sooner.

Your property’s main contact

We act as your contact and work closely with builders and developers through a proactive approach, absolving you of the inevitable stresses. We find you tenants via a smooth transition from build completion to occupancy and boast a list of recommended suppliers and tradespeople to connect with.

Manage your property with ease

We recognise everyone is busy making time and convenience precious. At ARG we ensure everything relating to your property is available to you at the push of a button. Optimum record-keeping is guaranteed via our unique online software. Rest assured all information such as contracts, emails and invoices are securely stored granting easy access to approved third-parties such as accountants and financial planners.

Let ARG take the lead and manage your property

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