Tag: rent roll growth

The 16 secrets to rent roll growth

BDM Academy's Tara Bradbury offers her 16 top tips to help grow your rent roll in 2020. 1. Monthly newsletter Newsletters should be standard practice. My...

How to use your free RentReports

As a Rent.com.au Premium Plan or Highlight Plan agent, you have access to a number of benefits, including free access to real-time suburb data through RentReports. >>...

Promote your agency for free with Find a Property Manager

Rent.com.au's Premium Plan gives agents a Business Profile listing on the Find a Property Manager search, promoting your property management services to landlords.  If your agency...

Pre-qualifying questions every property manager must know

Being prepared with a handful of pre-qualifying questions for prospective clients, will not only save you time, but also give you the edge when...

Portal Upload system support: FAQs

Looking for help on Portal Upload systems? If none of the following Frequently Asked Questions answer your question, simply get in touch with Rent.com.au by...

Negotiating fees for multiple properties, does it pay off?

Whenever the opportunity passes our way to bring on multiple properties to manage, the temptation is strong for us to discount on our management...

What is your agency ‘tone’?

If I asked your principal to select 3 words they would like your clients to use when describing your agency, what would they be? Article...

Growth strategies from an award-winning PM

What does it take to become a successful BDM? If you asked me two years ago, when I was a rookie in the industry, I would...

LPMA 2017: Gain real world Property Management expertise

Property management teams will benefit enormously from two content-rich days packed with ideas, solutions and insights from the leading industry professionals as part of LPMA 2017. For property...

8 ways to be seen as the Investment Property Specialist

Investment Property Specialist If your landlord doesn’t see you as a market leader you run the risk of missing out on being the first point...