Articles filed under: Property Management
Common Rental Questions Asked By Tenants And Landlords
Tenants and landlords have different perspectives, so how do they find middle ground on common issues? We look at the most common tenant and landlord questions and how to deal with them.
What To Do If Your Tenants Want To Vacate Because Of A Rent Increase
Rent increases are a normal part of any tenancy, but they’re not always welcomed by the tenant. Here’s what to do if your tenant wants to leave because of a rent increase.
The Value Of Referrals For Property Management
Word of mouth is an important way for homeowners to find good property specialists in their area, but how do you know when to refer your property manager to your friends and family? Here, we look at the value of referrals and how to know when you should refer.
The Importance Of Your Rental Property Standing Out In A Tough Market
A good marketing campaign can make all the difference in finding the right tenant for your property, but it’s even more critical in a challenging market. Here’s how to make your investment property stand out from the crowd.
How To Deal With Challenges In Sydney's Rental Market
In areas with a building boom, you run the risk of an oversupply of rentals. So how can landlords in Sydney’s Eastern Suburbs overcome these rental market challenges and come out on top?
Why Landlords Should Avoid Flat-Fee Start-Ups In Property Management
New start-ups have joined the property management industry, offering flat fees at a lower cost. But what impact does this have on landlords and the value of their investment?
Why You Should Use A Property Management Specialist To Boost Rental Returns
Maximising your rental return is a key part of owning an investment property, but where should you start? We take a look at ways to boost rental return and why you should use a property management specialist to help you.
How To Choose The Right Property Manager For Your Investment
Choosing the right property manager is important for your investment, but it’s easy to get wrong when there’s so much to consider. Here’s how to find a good property management company from the start.
Why It's Important To Have A Good Relationship With Tradies
Maintenance is a key part of any tenancy, so finding reliable and trustworthy tradespeople is essential. Here’s why it’s important to build strong relationships with tradies and how to go about it.
How Renewing A Lease Benefits Landlords And Tenants
At the end of a lease, tenants and landlords can choose to sign on for another fixed-term period or go month-to-month. Read on for the difference between the two and what the benefits are of renewing your lease.
Why You Need Landlord Insurance For Your Investment Property
Landlord insurance is an extra cost that some landlords would prefer to avoid, but it’s essential in protecting both yourself and your property from a range of possible exposures. Here’s what you need to know about landlord insurance and why it’s important.
What You Need To Know About Pets in Rental Properties
Having a pet in a rental property can be a bone of contention between landlords and tenants. Here’s what both sides need to know about having pets in apartments and how to negotiate.
What Does The Average Property Investor Look Like?
Think property investing is beyond you? Think again. Statistics reveal that you may have more in common with the average property investor than you realise.
How A Good Property Manager Can Add Value To Your Investment
A good property manager will free up your time, put your mind at ease, and add value to your investment. While property managers take on many responsibilities, here are five of the ways they can add value to what is likely to be the biggest investment you’ll make.
The Qualities To Look For In A Good Tenant
Good tenants help maintain the value of your investment property and giving you peace of mind. We’ve outlined the qualities of a good tenant, as well as how you can find and keep them in your investment property.
The Ins And Outs Of Property Inspections
Property inspections are a key part of renting out your investment property and it’s important that you know your rights and responsibilities. We’ve outlined the legal elements of property inspections, as well as what to look for to keep your property in good condition.
Does Your Property Manager Keep You In The Loop?
The number one complaint both landlord and tenants aim at property managers is a lack of communication. We look at why that’s the case and what your property manager should be doing to keep you in the loop.
How To Find The Right Tenant For Your Property
Good tenants are essential in maintaining the value of your investment property, but how do you find the right one? Here are our four tips for how to attract a good tenant for your investment property.
How To Maintain The Value Of Your Investment Property
Maintaining the value of your investment property requires focus and attention. Find out how to keep your property value high through excellent property management, proactive repairs and good communication.
What Landlords Need To Know About Property Repairs
Rental repairs can cause headaches for landlords and tenants. Here are some expert property management tips to save you money, prevent stress and keep your tenant happy when repairs need to occur.