Maximise your property’s exposure online.
Renovating a rental property can be a costly exercise but making improvements to the property can yield a healthy return. To ensure you’re maximising your investment, it’s important not to overcapitalise, to stick to your budget, and to use durable products and materials. If you are considering renovating your rental property, ask yourself these 3 questions first.
If you’re renting a property, chances are you are faced with fairly regular property inspections by either your landlord or property manager. Sure, these inspections can sometimes be a hassle, but there are steps you can take to minimise the stress on you and make sure the inspection goes smoothly.
It’s summer time, the weather is warmer, and more people are out and about looking at open homes. As such, summer is still a popular time to list your property for sale.
We’re now well into a new year, and with a new year comes a brand-new set of goals and priorities. If one of your top priorities this year is finding a brand-new investment property, here are some tips on where to start.
When it comes to buying investment property, is rental yield the iron-clad indicator you can take to the bank? Or is it another statistic that can mislead or misrepresent the potential of a property?