Property Investor’s often don’t have the time or inclination to run the day to day requirements of their investment. It is the goal to have a property manager that will allow you to sit back and watch your investment succeed. However, not all Melbourne property management firms have the same approach to.
Melbourne Property Manager For a long time, property management has been relegated to dated management processes that often leave investors with a lack of support, leaving them feeling alone in managing the success of their property investment. We believe that a property manager, especially in important investment areas like Melbourne, should do the exact.
At financial comparison site Mozo, we’ve recently conducted our annual home loan mystery shop, and found that all four of the big banks were willing to slash interest rates by up to 0.72% for investors. That might surprise you, given APRA’s clampdown on investment lending this year, but it seems lenders are still keen.
Finding ways to maximise the potential of an investment property can be a challenge for new investors. Luckily, plenty can be done to add value to an investment property, it just takes a little experience and a few tips to know what you should be looking for. The first thing investors should understand is.
Gun property managers do more than collect rent once a month and pass it onto their client with their cut taken out. So, what should you expect from a gun property manager? A property manager has some core tasks that should maximise a landlord, or investors return on what is probably their most significant.
Choosing a residential property management service is always a challenge for owners. After all, your property is not just an investment, but a vital aspect of your financial future. For a property to really succeed and pave the way for you being financially stale, you need real estate property management that you can trust. So,.
In recent years there has been much doom and gloom surrounding millennials’ prospects of getting a foothold in the property market. Circumstances as diverse as rising property prices, and Generation Y’s love for the humble smashed avo breakfast have contributed to despair about millennial investment prospects. However, the good news is entering the market isn’t.
As the housing market continues to peak, millennials are opting to buy property to rent out in a bid to have tenants cover their mortgages. And through this innovative approach to enter the market, we have seen the birth of the landlord generation. In March 2007 the average house price in Melbourne was $400,000..
Buying an investment property can be a great way to build financial prosperity, however it is very important to factor all the additional costs into the investment proposal. From the initial marketing and Letting, to the ongoing Property Management and Maintenance, we have identified 5 key areas that investors fail to adequately budget for when.
I’m sure many of us at some point have thought about the idea of purchasing or renting a property. It’s a long and tedious process that involves serious evaluation and comparison. Many struggle with the time it takes to undertake the process and others become fed up with a continuous let-down when a property doesn’t.
Little or no communication from the Property Manager Often the biggest frustration for landlords is that phone calls and emails are not returned in a timely manner if at all. Clients that have to contact their Property Manager for updates and important information are far more likely to lose their patience. Property Manager staff turnover.
3 ways in which technology can improve the Property Management industry and overall client satisfaction: Communication: These days, working professionals are incredibly time poor and the ability to communicate effectively with their property managers is becoming more difficult. This is where new age communication platforms become invaluable for Property Managers and their businesses. Being able.
There are several steps in listing and leasing your investment property; advertising, open for inspections and private inspections, ensuring that you obtain the best rental yield etc, but one of the most important is the tenant selection. Too often, tenant applications are not processed thoroughly and this can lead to a number of dramas down.
Whether you’ve recently purchased your first investment property, or have already been in rental investment market, it can prove to be challenging in selecting your Property Manager. Often after purchasing a property, buyers feel compelled to engage the same agency to manage the property. This isn’t necessarily a bad business transaction, as the company have.
Welcome to the My Rental blog. We are dedicated property professionals looking to provide great advice to current and future clients on all things property related. The future blog posts from My Rental will cover a range of different topics including macroeconomic trends in the market place as well as looking a key growth areas.