Maintaining a strong rental yield is important in securing income for the property owner. Your rental yield is calculated by dividing the total rent for the property by the property’s value. There are also other factors that can affect your pricing and here are seven key factors.Read more
A sure way to increase the value of your investment property as well as attract tenants is make some updates and upgrades. If you’re planning to do a big renovation or make some small, but profitable updates, here are some trends for the new year to consider.
Painting a door a rich, dark colour can add warmth and character to the space.
Keeping the property neutral to ensure it appeals to a wiper range of tenants is a must.
Rattan and wicker furniture
Balance modern and traditional with rattan and wicker furniture, such as chairs, tables and even lighting.
Velvety textures can add a luxurious touch to any space, such as a velvet chair or sofa in the living area.
Blue as a neutral
Classic Blue is the Pantone Colour of the Year, but other, more subdued shades of blue can also replace grey as a cool, elegant neutral.
Extend responsible shopping beyond food and fashion. Shop local furniture, buy products from recycled materials and seek out upcycled homewares.
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The new year is just around the corner and it’s time to reflect on what you’ve achieved and create a plan for even greater success for 2020. Whether you’re just about to embark on property investing for the first time or you’re planning to refine your role as Landlord, you want to list down these resolutions for the new year.
Part of the Property Manager/Landlord’s obligation is to ensure they provide the tenant with a “reasonably secure” property.Read more
As a property investor, your Property Manager is a valuable member of your investment team. Their job is to not just take care of your investment property, but to make sure you’re achieving your investment goals along the way. Here are some key questions to ask to measure your Property Manager’s performance.Read more
School holiday season means children staying at home more often and a large number of families rotating in short-term rentals. When conducting inspections, this is a good time to take extra precautions to reduce the risk of accident or injury.Read more
A break-in can be distressing for tenants and they may feel unsafe after. Both tenants and landlords have responsibilities which will help make each other feel more secure about the property.Read more
Property inspections are crucial in securing a tenant. Tenants will want to see how their lifestyle can fit in their potential home. However, it can be a lengthy process that can consume a lot of time, money and energy for everybody involved.Read more