How can you make your investment property stand out in the ever growing and changing market? Here are seven changes you can make to your property to boost value and attract more tenants.
If you think you’ve found a star tenant, you definitely want to keep them around for as long as possible.Read more
Avoid headaches down the road by following these tips in managing tenant troubles.Read more
Whether you’re a first-time investor or looking to build your property portfolio, you want to consult and surround yourself with professionals in the industry who can help you achieve your investment goals. These are the key advisers you want supporting you along the way.Read more
The most searched term on the website realestate.com.au is NRAS or National Rental Affordability Scheme, indicating renters are still looking for support with their rent.Read more
This issue of noise transference is a common source of dispute in apartments with flooring like timber and tiles. As
According to the Residential Tenancies Authority, arrangements about maintenance of gardens, including fruit trees, and lawns should be listed in the tenancy agreement.Read more
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.