Property Management

DIWAN’s vision is to see you through it all.
Diwan’s proactive approach continually looks for potential opportunities and challenges.
Diwan’s savvy property management specialists are already miles ahead—collaborating with our other real estate disciplines to provide sound advice and thorough action plans.

Diwan’s property management services include:

• Contract Administration
• Lease/Contract Administration
• Tenant Relations and Retention
• Quality Assurance
• Preventative Maintenance
• In-House Accounting and Reporting
• Engineering and Mechanical Support
• Energy Conservation and Savings Management
• Personnel Training

Media & Public Relations (PR)

DIWAN manages the media space to carry positive stories about your company or your products by cultivating a good relationship with local media representatives.
Publicity is more effective than advertising, for several reasons; It is
– It is far more cost-effective than advertising,
– It is most cost effective, your only expenses are generally phone calls, blogs, Face book posts, instgram and text messages and mailings to the media.
– Publicity has greater longevity than advertising. An article about your business will be remembered far longer than an ad.
– Publicity also reaches a far wider audience than advertising generally does. Sometimes, your story might even be picked up by the national media, spreading the word about your business all over the country.
– Finally, and most important, publicity has greater credibility with the public than does advertising. Readers feel that if an objective third party-a magazine, newspaper or radio reporter-is featuring your company, you must be doing something worthwhile.


DIWAN creates an environment in which customers strive for perfection. This is done by training personnel, creating benchmarks for product quality, and testing products to check for statistically significant variations.
A major aspect of quality control is the establishment of well-defined controls. These controls help standardize both production and reactions to quality issues. Limiting room for error by specifying which production activities are to be completed by adequate trained staff.