Managing your property

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.

How to sell your tenanted rental property

Selling an investment property while your tenants are still living in the home can make financial sense if you're an investor. Timing your market move...

Preparing your investment property for summer

If you own one investment property or many, it's important to keep them in good condition, firstly so you attract and retain good tenants...

New Zealand fire prompts reminder to check smoke alarms

A NEW Zealand case involving a fire at a property with no smoke detectors fitted is a strong reminder for Australian landlords to become familiar...

Back to basics on property depreciation

How does investment property depreciation work? Sponsored article courtesy of Washington Brown What is depreciation? Let’s start right at the beginning. Depreciation is basically a tax deduction available...

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.

Property owners: Is self-managing for you?

Photo: iStock/KittisakJirasittichai. Purchased an investment property? The next step for many property owners is deciding how to...

Tax time: Property investors, are you tax ready?

As a new property investor, it is worth speaking to a professional tax accountant to get a good understanding of what you can and cannot claim.
April checklist for home

An April home checklist for renters and landlords

April brings us one month into autumn, and while the temperature hasn’t really dropped across much of Australia, the season will change.

A closer look at the most common home emergencies

Are you protected against home emergencies? Home emergencies requiring urgent repairs can become a significant inconvenience – and often a nightmare – for landlords, tenants...