PATHWAY ASSET MANAGEMENT
Every landlord knows how crucial a good property manager is to the success of their investment, which is why our judges were so impressed by the number of quality entries in this category. But there can only be one winner, and we’re thrilled to announce that Pathway Asset Management is taking home the top gong
With three new offices opened, the doubling of its staff, and huge organic rent roll growth, Pathway Asset Management has had a massive 12 months.
The property management group aims to eventually have a national footprint. Currently it has offices in Melbourne, Sydney, Brisbane, Adelaide and Perth, as well as ambitious plans to open 30 new offices within the next 24 months.
“This year we’ve also introduced Customer Monitor, which we launched to maintain contact with clients and tenants and understand their journey and experience; this helps us to continually improve our interactions and service to them,” explains Anna Guy, department head at Pathway Asset Management.
“If we can identify an area we can improve, then we will create a process and conduct training to implement it across all our offices.”
Guy says the group aims to be at the forefront of technology, with staff completely paperless and cloud-based in their use of software and processes.
Another unique side to the business is its holistic approach to maximising investor returns by helping clients improve their properties through renovation and project management.
“We have so many case studies of clients who we’ve helped renovate kitchens, bathrooms, painting or flooring for an increase in rental income for them. We handle it all and keep the owners in the loop with the solution, not the problem.”
“Pathway Asset Management demonstrates a commitment to transparency with their clients through technology, especially in their approach to assisting clients with renovation and genuinely looking after the asset and growing its value, not just finding tenants.” - Kyle Davis, Corelogic
“They have a relatively low number of properties for each property manager, allowing for better personal service, and they’re keen to make a positive impact on the wider community with the launch of a program where their landlords can offer their properties at a reduced rent, subsidised by Pathway, to women and families who are in special financial need.” - Peter Koulizos, PIPA