Articles by 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: Metropole Property Management


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Buying your first investment property can be both exciting and daunting.  You’ve poured your hard-earned savings and/or equity into an expensive asset, and now you take on the responsibility of being a landlord and the challenges of property management to ensure you maximise the return on your investment property. Over the years I’ve seen numerous…

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Too many landlords think that property management is easy when it isn’t. And too many landlords never receive anything more than a “one-size-fits-all” property management service. But there is a better way to manage and grow your portfolio – and all you need to do is read on. A common problem One of the most…

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An ongoing shortage of rental homes across Melbourne continues to place upwards pressure on rents that is seeing some areas of the city record annual price growth. Although current Covid-19 restrictions may act to reduce demand for rentals in the shorter term, the easing of restrictions and re-opening of borders will return markets to their…

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Many investors think that the hardest part of becoming an investor is searching for and finding the right investment property. In reality, that’s only the beginning. Once you own an investment property and become a landlord, you have to learn how to effectively manage it – and a huge part of this is ensuring that…

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Queensland is facing a crisis of lack of rental accommodation with almost 80% of Queensland’s rental market experiencing extremely low vacancy rates. According to the REIQ, nearly two-thirds of local government areas in Queensland have recorded their lowest or equal lowest residential vacancy rates since 2010 as the state’s rental market continues to tighten. And…

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New South Wales renters struggling to make ends meet during the COVID-19 lockdown will be protected from being evicted. A 60-day moratorium on evictions has been announced in New South Wales, and NSW landlords will be incentivised to reduce their rents for COVID-19-affected tenants. NSW Premier Gladys Berejiklian and Treasurer Dominic Perrottet have revealed “a…

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