If your rental property is an apartment unit or a townhouse, then it typically forms part of a community title scheme. Your property is part of a complex of common property such as foyer, pool, gymnasium, lifts and driveways.
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Neighbouring homes have the potential to get into disputes regarding trees and dividing fences. The issue with trees is they can potentially cause injury, damage to property and inconvenience especially when falling leaves scatter around the neighbouring property. Meanwhile, a dividing fence can get in the way of a neigbour’s construction and maintenance.
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As Landlord or Property Manager, you’re bound to come into situations involving conflict at some point. In these situations, it’s important to be the mediating party and ensure an outcome all parties are comfortable with.
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Investing in property is an exciting endeavor, but it can also be daunting, particularly if you’re planning to lease that investment property.. As with all major decisions, ask yourself important questions to guide you towards the result best for you and your investment goals.
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Queensland has recently undergone severe storms that have caused flash floods and property owners should be on high alert regarding the safety of their rental properties. Take note of these tips on how you can claim insurance if your property has been affected by natural disasters, such as storms and flooding.
When a tenant ends an agreement early, property owners often ask if it is possible to increase your rent for the next tenancy agreement. This is possible and the property owner can seek certain compensations as well.
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Anyone who is new to something is bound to make mistakes, but when it comes to leasing your investment property, you want to be sure those mistakes aren’t costing you. Here are the most common risks that first-time Landlords run into and should learn how to handle.
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