Feeling Tired And Worn Out? What About Your Investment Property?
We can all feel this way at different times, but have you thought about your investment property lately? Your investment property can start to get worn and tired looking over time. For that reason it needs regular maintenance to keep it looking at its best. Sometimes landlords rent out the property and forget about it once […]
Property Under Siege! & What You Need To Know About Replacing Appliances
A REAL LIFE STORY Last month on the Gold Coast in Qld a rental property was surrounded by police, an ambulance, fire trucks and special forces for more than 30 hours when a tenant was allegedly threatening to blow up himself and his rented house, resulting in nearby residents being evacuated. As part of the stand-off […]
Toongabbie Area Property Investor Update February – March 2013
You may be staggered to know there was 31,839 matters in front of the NSW Consumer Trader & Tenancy Tribunal last year with tenancy disputes. We keep an eye on the outcomes of many of these matters so we are able to provide you with relevant advice in all areas of the management of your […]
How Safe Does Your Property Have To Be?
We have had several cases over the past couple of months in Seven Hills NSW where tenants with young children have moved into a two-storey property to then discover that there are no security screens or screens at all on the second-level windows. One tenant reported that their two year old was climbing on the […]
Toongabbie Wild Weather Warning: CHECK YOUR INSURANCE POLICY NOW!
As the damages bill from recent extreme weather continues around NSW and Toongabbie are you wondering just what their property insurance will cover. Was damage caused by a flood, or storm water run-off? The Insurance Council of Australia (ICA) warned that not all property insurance policies will cover policy holders for this type of flood event and that policy holders […]
Property Investor Update January – February 2013
Happy New Year to all our valued clients, we hope you enjoyed any time you may have had off during the festive season. Our vacancy rate has fallen this month and we have been busy renting properties, however unfortunately some properties are still suffering from extended vacancy periods even following rent adjustments. This is a […]
4 Secrets To What Attracts A Tenant To A Property
Property Investment in Seven Hills and in general is all about securing a good tenant for as long a period of time as possible. Therefore, when considering buying an investment property for this purpose, it is important that you choose the right property and also consider adding features that will attract the right tenant. 1) […]
Are You Missing Out On $5,000 Worth Of Investment Property Negative Gearing Deductions?
We have many owners ask us about what investment property negative gearing deductions they can claim. Well The Australian Tax Office (ATO) has clarified negative gearing for rental properties as tens of thousands of Australian property investors submit their annual tax returns. According to the ATO, when investors complete their tax return for the relevant year, they may […]
Why Landlords Should Not Try To Save Money On Property Insurance!
Being a landlord can be an extremely profitable business but without the right planning it can also become very costly. TWO people had to be rescued from a car after it smashed into house in Sydney’s western suburbs Wednesday afternoon. As a landlord everything is fine financially whilst you have tenants in a property but […]
4 Quick Tips To Avoid Rent Ruined & Select The Best Tenant Ever!
When selecting a new investment property tenant in Seven Hills NSW — it is important to note that rental references are the most important indicator of how your tenancy will perform– this indicates who they really are as a tenant– their true colours! Employment is of secondary importance as this only confirms how much the tenant […]
4 Ways To Make Property Profits in Sydney’s West
There are 4 ways to make money out of property investments in Sydney’s West and most of the time they only look at one or two of these. Let’s look at them.… 1. Passive Appreciation That’s when the property value goes up in line with the general property market and over time well located properties in Australia in good […]