Are you curious on how to place your investment on the radar of the booming Millennial market? Read some of our tips here.
Whilst insurance is critical so too is ensuring your property is maintained to the best standard possible.
Tenants will no longer have to pay hefty letting fees when renting a new home under a bill introduced to Parliament last month.
What are the landlords and tenants obligations? Let us explain.
For tenants, there’s no set prescription for what is deemed reasonable ‘wear and tear’ associated with living in a property. Many variables exist, such as the age of the property and materials used.
Here are some easy tips to make sure your renting experience is a pleasant experience.
As a renter you have to be very mindful of what you can and can’t do to your property. You’ll need to obtain the landlord’s permission to make changes so you don’t incur any damage or jeopardise your bond.
Selling with tenants can be an opportunistic time; investors will automatically be attracted to assets which are tenanted, especially on a long-term tenancy.