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
As we endure storm season, it’s important for Property Managers to be aware of the steps to take in case of extreme weather events.
Quiet enjoyment is a tenant’s right to enjoy a property as their own home and being entitled to reasonable peace, comfort and privacy. The Residential Tenancies and Rooming Accommodation Act 2008 refers to this as common law.Read more
In Queensland, home values are rising, interest rates are at a record low and rental yields are strong, according to a report from The Courier Mail.
As a property investor, you could be entitled to save on tax by claiming depreciation. To claim this, you’ll need a depreciation schedule.Read more
Smart home technology is becoming more sophisticated and easier to install. From smart locks to thermostats, they can add an extra touch of convenience or security to