Does it really matter if my tenant will not sign a new lease agreement when I want them to? Does it really matter if my property becomes vacant when I don’t want it to be vacant? Does it really matter… [Read More]

Don’t cheat yourself out of rental income

We are often asked to take over the management of a property (managed by another agent) only to discover that the rental on the property is way below market rent. Believe it or not, sometimes we acquire property that has… [Read More]

Experts Tip Flight to Real Estate

Upheaval in stock markets may create a pause in real estate markets, but it will be brief – and the outcome, ultimately, could be positive. “We expect inquiries to come off in the next few weeks,” said Peter Chittenden, managing… [Read More]

Melbourne is World’s Most Liveable

Melbourne has topped The Economist’s liveability rankings for a fifth consecutive year. Australian cities were found to be “a relative picture of stability”, while 20% of the cities surveyed by The Economist magazine’s Intelligence Unit experienced declines in liveability over… [Read More]

Gen Y Doesn’t Care About Home Ownership

Young people are more concerned about long-term happiness than gathering material possessions and buying a home. Reports that Generation Y is locked out of the property market by high prices appear irrelevant. It seems Gen Y doesn’t care about not… [Read More]

Fixed-rate Loans Gain Popularity

Demand for fixed-rate home loans increased during July in response to banks increasing interest rates, Mortgage Choice says. According to the latest data, fixed-rate home loans accounted for 18.46% of all loans written across Australia in July, up from 17.58%… [Read More]

ATO Cracking Down on Landlords

The ATO has created a hit list of worrying rental property deductions which includes holiday homes, spouses, repairs and loans. BMT Tax Depreciation chief executive Bradley Beer said the first problem is excessive deductions being claimed for holiday homes, especially… [Read More]

How you can achieve the highest possible rent

The dynamics of renting properties has changed over the decades. There are more expectations on landlords in regards to legislation and compliance, with a strong focus on presenting properties in a safe and well-maintained condition. As a result of these… [Read More]

NSW is top economic performer

A booming housing market and population growth have pushed NSW and Victoria into the top two spots for economic performance in the country. NSW, the most populated state, took out the title for a fourth consecutive quarter, according to CommSec’s… [Read More]

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