When is the best time of year to advertise my property for rent? A fixed term agreement has a definitive start and end date while a periodic tenancy is known typically as a ‘month-to-month’ arrangement and does not have an end date. There are pros and cons for both a fixed term and a periodic…

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A fixed term agreement has a definitive start and end date while a periodic tenancy is known typically as a ‘month-to-month’ arrangement and does not have an end date. There are pros and cons for both a fixed term and a periodic agreement that you should consider as they may affect you as the landlord….

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For landlords, finding the right tenant is crucial to the success of your property investment. The right tenant is one who pays their rent on time and takes care of your property as you would. It’s important to remember property features that appeal to a tenant are not necessarily the same as features you would…

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It’s the questions every investor wants to know. While starting with search of comparable properties on sites like realestate.com.au or domain.com.au is great to see what similar properties are being advertised for, it’s should not be the deciding factor of how your property is priced when going to market. The agency you appoint to manage…

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The length of time a rental property is on the market will reflect how it is priced to comparable properties, how it is presented to prospective tenants and the demand from the market for properties such as yours. If your property is vacant it may require a different strategy to that of a property with…

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Open inspections used to be considered a mandatory part of renting any property, but are now not quite as common as they used to be. In an open inspection, a specific time and date is set for prospective tenants to drop by and walk through the property for a viewing. This event is publicly advertised,…

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