Ep 06 – Lee Maher: Surviving COVID-19 with Homely

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Today we speak with Lee Maher, the Managing Director of Urban Property and current REIV Board Director. She has a relentless ambition to achieve excellence and an improved reputation for practitioners of real estate in Victoria. Throughout her real estate career spanning 20+ years, Lee has managed and owned several successful businesses. Lee says, ‘My primary professional objective is to build on my already well-respected reputation as a strong and ethical real estate practitioner, via outstanding results-based outcomes’.

In this episode, Lee talks about:

1. The media’s representation of potential tenant ‘anarchy and economic terrorism’. Are landlords being short-changed?

2. Offering emotional support and empathy to property managers, tenants and landlords.

3. Rental discounts, a freeze on rental increases and financial support options that work for both renters and landlords.

4. What can we expect to see in the rental market over the next six months and why the industry will come out of this united.

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