With the recent changes to rental property security standards now officially in place, you need to ensure your rental home meets the minimum security level requirements.
As an investment owner, there are two leasing options for your residential property. Deciding which tenancy agreement best suits your needs will depend on your plans for the property.
For any property investors, finding a tenant can seem like a stressful prospect. However, if you break it down into some key steps, the process is simple and will lead to leasing your property quicker and to better tenants, ultimately increasing your investment returns.
Navigating the purchase of a commercial property can be difficult simply due to the amount of considerations required, such as whether the yield is appropriate compared to wider market, its location, whether the property has an existing tenancy and the leasing terms surrounding this lease.
Generally speaking, common sense and an experienced property manager, will go a long way in ensuring both parties remain happy throughout a lease term.
It is a common misconception that by signing a management authority with a Property Manager or Real Estate Agent that you are contracted to that particular real estate agent or property manager for the term of the tenant’s lease.
An all-inclusive management fee means that property owners are charged an all-inclusive rate that cover’s everything to do with the day-to-day management of a residential property.