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Good communication: The key to a satisfying tenancy

ESTABLISHING a good relationship and communication with a tenant is key to a mutually satisfying tenancy, according to Rent.com.au.

What if I want a higher than recommended rent for my...

Reader Question "What should I do if I want a rent amount for my property that’s higher than the agent has recommended?" – Sarah We asked...

Have your say on Victoria’s tenancy laws

Minimum health and safety standards for rental properties, annual rent increases and streamlined dispute resolution are among possible reforms to residential tenancy laws presented...

Minor home alterations and repairs on the rise, research reveals

Close to 8.4 million (or around 62%) of Australia's 13.6 million home owners did some kind of renovation work or repairs in the last...

Livestock-filled rental “a landlord’s nightmare”

When it comes to rental inspections, landlords and property managers have seen it all. But this week, one landlord in Canada was forced to...

Renovate your rental property between tenancies

Renovating and cleaning hacks  The time between one tenant moving out and the next arriving is prime time to get into your investment property and...

How soon can I start advertising my property after a vacate...

“If a tenant chooses not to renew their lease, can I start advertising my property immediately to ensure there is no loss in rental...

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?

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.