Your property inspector at CEJ is your main collaborator on the operation of your property. The inspector has a solid professional background in construction engineering and years of experience in optimizing the operation of the properties. Among other things, based on the yearly operating ratios which CEJ has developed. The property inspector takes care of both the minor everyday problems and major technical solutions. You get prompt assistance with sudden problems, in order to avoid costly consequential damage, and you get a partner who is working to increase the property value and keep costs down.
Read more about our inspector agreement here.
CEJ develops operational ratios of all the properties we have under management, divided according to age and type. Your property’s operating ratios will annually be benchmarked against comparable properties in our portfolio of 13 different operating parameters; for example subscriptions, cleaning and regular maintenance. Therefore, we can immediately assess how to improve the operating of your property, once you become a customer of ours.
Electricity, water and heat take up a lot on the property budget. Therefore, CEJ offers energy monitoring of your property. So the consumption never gets out of hand. We monitor the consumption of electricity, water, heating and cooling every month in our web-based management program. The board and operational staff can continuously follow the development of consumption on their digital devices. Therefore, we catch operational problems and overconsumption before it gets expensive.
We recommend that you use us for both operational monitoring and energy monitoring. When our property inspector and our energy management employee collaborate, we can respond even faster to any problems with the energy.
Read more about our energy monitoring here.
Maintenance plans and budgets
Maintenance costs a lot of money. Therefore, it is important to set aside money for the ongoing maintenance and possible improvements of your property. In addition, banks and mortgage companies often require a maintenance plan before they approve a loan for a property. Therefore it makes sense to have a thorough maintenance plan at hand.
10-year maintenance plans are also a legal requirement for many rental properties. CEJ has a thorough knowledge of the law and ensure that the rules are respected.
The technical department at CEJ has extensive experience with examination of properties and at preparing budgets for the major maintenance work of the coming year. If you already have a maintenance plan, we can update it and help you apply it in practice.
Read more about our work with maintenance plans and budgets here.