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Choosing to appoint a property manager to manage your rental

Deciding to appoint a property manager for your investment portfolio can reduce your time commitment as a landlord. While self-managing a property might appeal to...

Landlords beware – blinds and curtain cords can kill

In light of a recent incident of the near strangulation of a toddler in a rental property, Western Australia's Department of Commerce has asked landlords...

Avoiding breaches of tenancy law | Joondanna case study

DID you know tenants must be provided with information prior to their name being posted on a tenancy database?  They must also be given an opportunity to...

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...

Give your listing everything it needs to get you the best...

Did you know 46% of the Australian rental property market is managed by private landlords?

Landlord rights and responsibilities: Collecting a rental bond

Being a landlord is more than just collecting rents and maintaining property. It’s about relationships, open communication and mutual trust. As a landlord, it's...

The importance of having a good tenant

Sponsored post: Defence Housing Australia  When it comes to renting out your property, a good tenant will prove to be extremely important for your investment. You’ll...

Landlords urged to avoid unnecessary risk in tenant selection

Conducting appropriate due diligence can significantly mitigate the risk of being targeted by 'rogue tenants' and maximise the return on a rental property investment. In response to comments...

Landlords beware: Are you smoke alarm compliant?

WITH just over a week until the official start of winter, it’s a good time for landlords to ensure their smoke alarms are working.

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.