With high competition for both prospective tenants and Landlords/Property Managers, it’s crucial to stand out from the thousands of listings online. Here are key tips to ensure a captivating listing that will appeal to your target market.
The Residential Tenancies Authority (RTA) reminds Landlords and Property Managers that arrangements about the maintenance of gardens, including fruit trees, and lawns should be listed in the tenancy agreement.
The work from home set up has been a growing trend in the last year. How is this affecting rental trends?
If you are a Landlord looking to sell your tenanted property, you definitely want the entire process to be as easy and as hassle-free as possible. This can only be achieved if you coordinate with your tenant accordingly and keep your lines of communication open. Read more
Brisbane is set to host the 2032 Olympics, which is 11 years away, but property investors should already be bracing for its impact on the market. Read more
At the end of a fixed-term lease, the Landlord and their tenant have two options for how to proceed with the rental agreement. They can sign on for another fixed-term period or continue on a month-to-month basis or periodic lease. Read more
Accurate entry and exit condition reports are central to good property management and risk management. Spending time on getting them right will save you trouble in the future and the possibility of any disputes. Read more
While landlord insurance does not cover routine maintenance and repair costs, it may respond to damage caused by insured events such as fire, storm and flood.
It is a condition of practically all building insurance policies that the property be adequately maintained. Failure to do so can mean a reduced payout or denial of any insurance claim.
Insurance liability claims often stem from a dangerous condition or state of disrepair at your investment property. This is why it’s important routine inspections to be carried out during the length of a tenancy.
It is important that as Landlord or Property Manager, you know your legal obligations and arrange appropriate insurance cover to avoid and mitigate risks of a claim being made against you.