Currently in the Brisbane property market, there is a high demand for apartments in certain suburbs, with agents advising prospective tenants to submit applications before they have even inspected properties or risk missing out.Read more
The lessor will expect the current Property Manager to supply the new agent anything that will allow the latter to manage the property accordingly.Read more
For Landlords/Property Managers, finding that the keys don’t work to your property rental can be a source of frustration. You might simply have brought the wrong set of keys or the tenant may have changed the locks and not told you. Properly manage your keys according to legal requirements and with the best practice methods.
To ensure property investment success, the first thing you need to do is set clear and measurable goals. If you’re new to this, you can begin by answering these questions: How much income do you want from your investments and by when? Why? What will this money enable you to do?Read more
As we settle into the winter months, you’ll want to make sure your home is in top condition to keep tenants happy and to avoid wintertime vacancy.Read more
As Landlord/Property Manager, you want to have happy tenants. It’s important to find a balance between responsible without micromanaging so that no one is overstepping their boundaries, but everybody feels comfortable and secure. These are the five things to prioritise to establish a good relationship between landlord and tenant.Read more
There are many benefits to employing the services of a property manager. Property managers can efficiently and effectively see to your investment property, saving you time and stress and ensuring you get the results you need by managing tenants and overseeing legislative requirements.Read more
If you’ve allowed for smoking at your rental property, there are measurements you should take as a Landlord/Property Manager to keep your property in top shape.Read more
The vacancy rate is a statistic that shows the percentage of properties that are unoccupied in an area at a given time. This signals the state of supply and demand in a certain area or suburb. The higher the rate, the more difficult it is for landlords to find tenants.Read more
There are occasions that require locks to be replaced and as Property Manager/Landlord, this would mean employing the services of a contractor on behalf of the client.