How To Communicate With Your Property Manager

Communication is key at Denali Property Management in New Jersey. Good communication helps keep your property in the best condition, both physically and financially. Here are just a few tips on how you can improve your communication with your property manager.


Make Sure Everything Is in Writing

Make sure you have one main line of written communication with your property manager to ensure nothing gets lost or overlooked. This also allows the property manager to keep records of every exchange and holds them accountable so their promises are kept.

Set an Agenda Before Any Meeting

Create an outline for what needs to be talked about before a meeting and in what order they should be addressed. Make sure everyone involved is on the same page about the agenda before the meeting too, so the meeting runs smoothly and efficiently. This is especially important when speaking with HOAs.


Become Informed About Your Agreement

Take enough time to familiarize yourself with your property manager's responsibilities. Some things that are important to you may not be on the project manager’s radar, so making sure you both are informed about your agreement saves you time and headaches in the long run.

Make Your Requests as Detailed as Possible

Sending very detailed requests to your property manager makes it easier for them to promptly take the right action. Including how long the issue has been going on, the urgency of the issue, and visuals can ensure an issue is taken care of promptly and correctly.


Denali Property Management has over 20 years of experience serving New Jersey communities and associations with the best property management services. You'll have a dedicated property manager who will help you with your needs. Reach out for a free quote today!

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