How do I qualify and apply for the land tax discount in Victoria?

The land tax discount has doubled from 25 to 50% for eligible landlords, under new measures announced by the Victorian Government.

How to manage your property during COVID-19

Many landlords and investors will be starting to feel a hit as a result of the ongoing coronavirus (COVID-19) crisis.

5 questions to help you find an A-list property solicitor

When you buy or sell property, you need to engage a solicitor or conveyancer to handle the legal side of the transaction for you.

Investing in 2021? Use these 6 New Year’s resolutions

As the year draws to a close, it's a good time to re-think and refine your role as a landlord and set your resolutions...

What every first-time property investor needs to know

What are the most important things to look for when investing in a property for the first time? It’s a commonly asked question among...

Use RentCheck to avoid unnecessary risk in tenant selection

Ready to approve a new tenant for your investment property? Don’t miss RentCheck, a tool from rent.com.au that screens tenant applicants before they sign a lease.

3 ways to make more money from your investment property

If you can find the right property, at the right price, in the right location, you’re looking at a recipe for success. Matching those three elements will do a lot to push your property’s value up over time.

Why will my property manager communicate with me?

"What are the main reasons my property manager will need to communicate with me and what form will that typically take?" Owner, WA

Should my property be checked for termites?

"Should I have my property checked regularly for termites? Is it worth the expense?" We asked Kyla Dawson at K&C Real Estate for her advice.

Do I need to arrange maintenance, or will the agent do that for me?

"My property is being managed by an agent. Do I need to arrange maintenance to the property myself?" We asked R&H Terrigal's Madeleine Smith for advice.

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