Are the fees property managers charge justifiable and deserved, or are there ways to cut back in this area of your portfolio? We flick through the figures to find out in this article For many with a portfolio of property in their possession, a property manager is a veritable lifesaver, tending to the day-to-day needs
So, you’ve finally secured the purchase of your first investment property, and decided to engage the services of a property manager to keep on top of it for you. Or perhaps you’ve built a solid little portfolio of a few properties that you’re finding it hard to juggle, so you need a property manager to
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?
A report published recently aired many tenant grievances and seemed to indicate that most landlords are doing “the wrong thing”. The report received a lot of press coverage, but unfortunately that’s not surprisingly given there does seem to be a bias when it comes to the tenant/landlord relationship in the media. In fact, the media’s
When I recommend one or a group of students as tenants the immediate reaction of many landlords is often one of fear and trepidation. These feelings are probably based on memories of their own years as a student – and all the things that happened back then – wild parties, large groups moving in and