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Winters Property Management drives client value through continuous improvement

Winters Property Management featured in the Winter 2019 edition of the Chambers Ireland magazine.  As stated by our managing director, Enda Mc Guane, Winters are ready to lead the way in property management as people change how they live and work with the population of cities expected to continue to rise. We are to the forefront in the design, operation, and management of alternative residential property types such as PRS, PBSA, Retirement Living and Co-Living. Our success in implementing LEAN, a first in the Property Management sector illustrates our industry-leading role.

 

Winters Property Management drives client value through continuous improvement

Winters Property Management (WPM), a full-service property company based in Galway, was voted Domestic Collections Team of the Year at the 2019 Credit Team of the Year Awards. This follows on from its recent successes at the Irish Facility Management Awards where it won 11 categories in five years, including the Property Management Company of the year in 2016, 2017 and 2018.

As Ireland’s largest operators of purpose-built student accommodation and one of the biggest estate property management and residential lettings firms in the country, WPM’s team of 50 staff are experts in their fields. Winters Property also offers a full range of property consultancy services to both residential and commercial clients; this includes development appraisals, sales and valuations, as well as operational and rental yield budgeting. 

Looking to the future, Enda Mc Guane, MD, says: “We are in the midst of a huge change in how people live and work. The National Development Plan forecasts major growth in the population of our cities over the next 20 years. To meet this growth we will require new approaches in the delivery and operation of both residential and commercial property. WPM, with its history of excellence and experience in operating and renting properties, is well-positioned to support this change.”

 

 

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