Articles by Leanne Jopson

Leanne Jopson

Leanne is National Director of Property Management at Metropole and a Property Professional in every sense of the word. With 20 years' experience in real estate, Leanne brings a wealth of knowledge and experience to maximise returns and minimise stress for their clients. Visit: www.metropolepropertymanagement.com.au


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The most successful property investors have a number of tools in their landlord kit-bags. One of the most important of them all is using professional property managers to do the heavy lifting for them. That’s because, to create significant wealth, investors not only need to be strategic with their property purchases, they also need to…

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For any landlord with an investment property, your property manager should be your greatest asset. While it’s always possible to manage your own property, it can be so much smoother to have a professional do it for you.  They can help you find the best tenants, manage (and chase) rent collection, keep up-to date on…

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For Australians, the dream of owning a home is so entrenched that we practically begin daydreaming as soon as we can walk. From family trips to Bunnings to tackle a home reno, to Saturday’s spent wandering through open homes with mum and dad, we’re introduced to the concept of owning a home and making it…

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Australia’s economy has all but ground to a halt since the coronavirus lockdown, leaving thousands across the country without an income. A key fallout of the economic crisis was the sudden destabilisation of the living situations of many Australians meaning the majority of renters in Australia are finding it harder to pay the rent due…

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We all know that COVID-19 is it going to plunge Australia into recession,. We also know this will negatively affect our property markets, and while a lot has been written about what falling into recession will do to property values, have you wondered what it will do to the rental markets?  Recently property valuers and…

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There’s been a huge change in the Residential Tenancies Act in Victoria, with new laws introduced in Victoria making it easier for tenants to bring their a four-legged friend into their home. From March 2nd 2020, renters will be able to seek written approval from their landlord if they wish to get a pet, and landlords…

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