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How are body corporate fees calculated

If you’re planning on buying a new home or investment property governed by a body corporate or strata, you’ll need to know how much you’ll be stumping up each year in fees (and what those fees cover). These annoying levies are a necessary evil; without them, your body corporate can’t adequately manage and maintain the…

National Rental Market Update | October 2018

Which Aussie capital saw the most significant rises and falls in median rents month-on-month? has released its latest report for October 2018 based on property leasing data. The report illustrates the shift in Australian median rental property prices (both metro and regional) rental affordability and days on market. Monthly Highlights:  3 of the biggest…

Your guide to fixed and periodic tenancy agreements

As a landlord, you have a lot of different things to consider when taking on new tenants – including the type of tenancy agreement you want to offer. Essentially, there are two types of different tenancy agreements: fixed and periodic. If you’re relatively new to property, it can be confusing to know which one might…

Do pets mean more rental income?

Can you guess how many pets there are in Australia? Well, there are actually more pets than people! According to the RSPCA, there are more 25 million pets in our country. But here’s the thing: it’s estimated that more than half of rental properties have a no pets policy. So what do these statistics mean?…

If your investment was a hotel – would you stay again?

As property investors, we are in the business of providing shelter to our clients – our tenants. In the interest of our own bottom line, it is imperative that we pay attention to the accommodation we are providing to ensure our returns are maintained and our property remains an attractive commodity in a competitive market….

4 Common Mistakes Made When Selecting a Property Manager

Buying your first property heralds the beginning of your investment journey, but it does not end with signing that contract and getting that property title. That home or apartment is not going to make money by itself, so for savvy investors, the natural next step is to rent it out and make a killing off…

6 signs you property manager needs to go

Property managers can be the best thing to happen to investors, as they take away much of the stress of personally handling your investment property. If they’re not up to the task, however, they can also be your worst nightmare. Many investors get into real estate initially because they are excited about the potential to…

Busting some myths about meth contaminated properties

As a landlord, it’s important to know your responsibilities around methamphetamine contamination – both for your tenants’ safety, and to ensure that you’re adequately covered.  So what is methamphetamine? Methamphetamine, commonly known as ‘P’ or crystal meth, is a toxic and addictive drug. Side effects of its use can include mood swings, paranoia, aggression, anxiety…

How to get finance mate’s rates

Not too long ago, savvy homeowners would’ve included their bank manager on their annual Christmas card lists. The name probably would’ve sat quite near the top. In fact, they might’ve even sent a present.  Maintaining a relationship with the person who ran your local branch was seen as being just as important as knowing an…

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