How do Landlords/Property Managers do it all? Multi-tasking seems to come easy to the best ones while remaining approachable. If you want to be the best Landlord/Property Manager you can be, here are the five habits you need to start adopting.Read more
Returning to your property that has been affected by natural disaster can be a painful experience. In these circumstances, a tenant will look to their Landlord/Property Manager for support. Your rights and responsibilities include insurance claims to protect the property and its tenants.Read more
Tenants and buyers are likely to browse online first when they’re on the hunt for a property. However, there are numerous property listings on the Internet. How do you make yours stand out? Here are some ideas that will give your investment property an edge.Read more
According to a survey from rent.com.au, 64% of respondents said they valued good communication as a key focus. Communication is key to a happy tenant and a successful investment property. Here are some tips to stay on top of communication.
Are you a landlord who is thinking of switching Property Managers? What issues do you have with your current Property Manager? Maybe you share some of the most common reasons why landlords change Property Managers.Read more
Thoroughly screening potential tenants is important as you want to find the people best suited to your property. This process will also help you avoid issues in the future. Here are some questions you should include in your interview.Read more
Here is a quick guide to the advantages and disadvantages to allowing pets.Read more
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.
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.