The Brisbane property market is currently booming. Demand remains high due to the expectation that mortgage rates will remain at record lows for an extended period of time. You may be tempted to sell your investment property, but how do you know you’re ready?
Some of the most devastating storms and flooding occur in summer, especially along the east coast. A combination of torrential rain, destructive winds, large hailstones and lightning can cause flash floods, unfroof buildings, and damage trees. On average, severe storms are responsible for more damage, measured by property insurance costs, than tropical cyclones, earthquakes, floods…Read More→
If you’re new to property investment, you’ve probably seen the terms “rental appraisal” and “sales appraisal.” What are they and what are the differences? More importantly, how do they benefit you as a property owner?
With high competition for both prospective tenants and Landlords/Property Managers, it’s crucial to stand out from the thousands of listings online. Here are key tips to ensure a captivating listing that will appeal to your target market.
The Residential Tenancies Authority (RTA) reminds Landlords and Property Managers that arrangements about the maintenance of gardens, including fruit trees, and lawns should be listed in the tenancy agreement.
If you are a Landlord looking to sell your tenanted property, you definitely want the entire process to be as easy and as hassle-free as possible. This can only be achieved if you coordinate with your tenant accordingly and keep your lines of communication open.
At the end of a fixed-term lease, the Landlord and their tenant have two options for how to proceed with the rental agreement. They can sign on for another fixed-term period or continue on a month-to-month basis or periodic lease.