As per the Building Code of Australia (now included in the National Construction Code), a “Habitable Room” is a room used for normal activities and… Read more
With a tenancy agreement being legally binding, compensation must be paid if a fixed term agreement is ended by a landlord or a tenant before the end date under no valid grounds. Read more
Just as the year begins, storm season is also starting, with wild climate affecting Brisbane. Here are five things you have to do to set up your investment properties and be ready for the savage weather ahead. Read more
What do renters truly want? During a time of rentvestors and expanding property improvement all through the country, this is the fundamental question each landlord, property investor and property manager ought to find out. Read more
It has becoming increasingly hard to rent out townhouses and units in the current rental market. Here are a few tools to help rent out your property if it is difficult to move.
New year is indeed the time for new beginnings, and what better time to start taking stock of your investment than the start of the year? Starting early allows you to be ready for the next financial year. Read more
A lot of owners are interstate or overseas and need to travel if they would like to view their investment property. Below is a list of of questions that investors often ask: Read more
Apart from earning a return, owning a property investment can come with expenses as well – mainly renovation and maintenance costs. Renovation costs can be projected a budgeted for whilst maintenance costs can be unpredictable at times such as having to replace a burst hot water system or roof repairs. Read more
When done in a strategic manner, renovating an investment property can yield you a sizeable profit. These days, it has become quite a popular trend to property investors seeking ways to add more value to their properties.
Here, we will share with you a few valuable tips to help you strategise your next renovation. Read more
Rent arrears, unfortunately is an issue that as a landlord you may have to deal with at some point in time. The cost of living has exceeded the minimum wage and it has affected the entire country’s way of living.
The sad reality is that most of us are living on a week to week basis, which has now become what can be considered as the ‘normal’ way to function. No savings, no emergency fund, nada. Read more