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.
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.
Offering a furnished rental property to tenants can demand higher rental yields, but this can be offset by high tenant turnover.
ESTABLISHING a good relationship and communication with a tenant is key to a mutually satisfying tenancy, according to Rent.com.au.
Everyone wants the best return on their rental investment or the final sale of their property.
Real estate photographer Jonathan Bermann explains the realities of what it takes to take a selling shot.
Leasing your investment property can be quite the process. Between the preparation and organisation to the final execution, there's a lot to consider when it comes time to open the doors to potential tenants.
Each state and territory in Australia has its own government agency and regulatory requirements that property owners acting as landlords must comply with. There are, however, some consistent elements needed for all lease agreements. To get you started, here's a...
How do you set the right rental price for your property?
You were excited when you put your investment property on the market and figured it'd be leased quickly - within a few days or even weeks. But maybe weeks, even months have passed. You're beginning to wonder, 'What's wrong...

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