REAR UNIT / 44 Shettleston Street, Rocklea$77,000pa
- Property type: Industrial/Warehouse
- Floor Area: 1100 sq metres
- Land size: 5000 sq metres
- Listing type: For Lease
- Occupancy Title: Partial Building
Suitable for a Transport and Logistics facility and located 8 kilometres south of the Brisbane CBD in the popular Rocklea industrial precinct, just off the Ipswich Motorway with easy access to the major arterial transport routes.
The fully secured Yard area allows for B Double parking and Container loading.
The property provides 1100 m2 Warehouse including quality Offices.
Access to the Warehouse is via 8 container height roller doors
Thank you for your service this year
I just want to take an opportunity to say thank you – thank you for your service this year.
It is so nice to have someone managing the shed and keeping the paperwork up to date for us.
I really appreciate your prompt service and replies.
- Skye Sitcheff - Property Management Client
Hi Glynis and Kate
Just want to say thanks for all your help over the years. You have made owning the property so easy especially at tax time.
Doug happy to provide a reference for your team whenever you require one.
- L & S Vickers
I would recommend them to anyone
We have used Doug Smith and his team for over 6 years now and have found them excellent to deal with.
The administration of our property has been spot on with easy to understand statements and year end reports that makes dealing with BAS and tax so much easier. When we needed to replace our tenant in a less than perfect economic environment Doug worked extremely hard on our behalf and negotiated a more than satisfactory outcome with a good tenant.
I would recommend them to anyone looking for a professional and reliable property agent/ management company.
Compliance and Operations Manager
- Linda Vickers
Agree with your Advice
Thanks Doug, I agree,
It’s probably best if the situation is managed by a third party
and TEAM have certainly shown me that all those years I did it myself,
were years that I said yes,
when I should have said no,
let tenants get behind in their rent
and then go broke…