Posts Tagged ‘Landlord’

Rental Market Wrap-up with Bec & Craig

Want to know what is happening in the market? Here is a quick snapshot.

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Window safety devices in Strata: install by 13 March 2018

Do you live in, own or manage a townhouse or unit block? To prevent children falling from windows, strata schemes must have window safety devices installed on all applicable windows by 13 March 2018. This applies to openable windows where the internal floor is more than 2m above the surface outside and within a child’s reach (less than 1.7m above the inside floor) – see the diagram below…. Read the full post »

Landlord Obligations – Part 3 – Additional Responsibilities

John Pye’s experience extends over 26 years (and counting!) in the real estate industry.

In this video, he shares with us about Landlord obligations when it comes to the additional responsibilities in residential rental properties. Check out Part 1 and Part 2 of the series for a full run down.

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What do you do if you are a Landlord and are unhappy with your current Property Manager?

 

John Pye Real Estate picks up a large number of property managements where Landlords are stressed out over their current management situation. If this sounds like the situation you are finding yourself in, we can help!

In some situations, we hear about Landlords who have had to put up with unsatisfactory service over a very long time and simply don’t know how to … Read the full post »

Top Up Cleans

Vanessa Pereira shares about the benefits of “Top Up Cleans” when it comes to the condition of a residential rental property.

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The financial Plan B for Australians who won’t buy a home

You’d have to have been living on Mars for the past decade to not be aware that house prices, especially in Melbourne and Sydney, have risen sharply. The combination of extremely low interest rates, a growing population, and in some cases a lack of supply of new homes, has resulted in existing home owners becoming wealthy, at least on paper, and those outside the home ownership club … Read the full post »

Landlord Obligations – Part 1 – Condition of a Residential Rental Property

John Pye’s experience extends over 26 years (and counting!) in the real estate industry.

In this video he shares with us about Landlord obligations when it comes to the condition of a residential rental property.

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Tax depreciation differences between new and old properties

Tax depreciation differences between new and old properties

A common mistake many investors make is thinking that their older property isn’t eligible for tax depreciation. However, there are many cases in which you can still make a claim. Take a look at the difference in tax depreciation between old and new properties, and discover how an older property could still help you claim … Read the full post »

Finding the perfect investment property

When purchasing a rental property the potential for capital gain is always front of mind. Capital gains however are not normally realised until many, many years after the purchase date. In the meantime you must service that loan and ensure your investment is protected into the future.

While we wait for capital growth to soar on our investment property, maintaining a low vacancy rate is not only appealing, but essential. Attracting … Read the full post »

Why are tenants afraid to ask landlords for repairs?

Often when an agent goes to a property to conduct a periodic inspection, they notice repairs that the tenant had not informed them about. We then ask the question “Why are tenants so afraid to ask for repairs?”

Research suggests that it is for fear of rent increases or being labelled a problem tenant. This is not a good thing for either the tenant or the landlord. If the tenant attempts … Read the full post »