With over 45 years of property management experience, CLV Group Property Management is one of the top choices for investors who are looking to minimize risk and maximize return on investment.
Managing an extensive portfolio of residential units and commercial space, CLV Group is able to use economies of scale to lower costs. A highly trained and experienced staff is an integral aspect of solid property management. The CLV Group Property Management Team consists of professional, experienced and certified managers coupled with a conscientious support and maintenance staff.
Accomplishments in Management
CLV Group has been approached by numerous financial institutions and private corporations to provide them with detailed analysis on how to better deploy assets. A few of our current and past partners include: publicly traded InterRent REIT, Royal Trust, Bank of Nova Scotia, Bank of Montreal, CMHC, National Trust, Toronto Dominion Bank and Canada Trust.
In 2009 CLV Group was given the mandate to provides property management for InterRent REIT's portfolio of over 8,500 units in over 20 cities located throughout Ontario and Quebec. CLV Group rolled out an complete re-organizational and repositioning plan for InterRent's entire portfolio which resulted in InterRent having the highest enterprise growth of all TSX listed Multi-Family focused REITs between 2010 and 2013.
CLV Group was entrusted by the Bank of Nova Scotia to manage, administer and enhance the value of its portfolio in the Ottawa area. The value of this portfolio was in excess of $15 million. Through effective marketing and proactive management practices, we eliminated a 30% vacancy rate and repositioned the property to attract the highest possible rental rates. The bank surpassed their financial goals by over $500,000 in net proceeds.
For Royal Trust, CLV Group managed a large collection of commercial properties that were in excess of $14 million of real estate. Our professional team consistently achieved excellent net proceeds and generated higher than expected returns.