Property investment tip 38: How much rent is your property worth?

Many landlords assume the monthly rent charged for their investment property should be on par with the rental prices of neighbouring properties in the same location. Such landlords are limiting their rental income potential. Don't be one of them. On the assumption that your property is in a well-maintained state and you are not in... Continue Reading →

Property investment tip 24: How to find the right tenants for your property

Making consistent, long-term rental income as a property investor is dependent on you selecting the right tenant from the onset. Many landlords believe that good tenants should have a stable income and a character similar to themselves. But the reality is, your property may not always attract such tenants. The type of people interested in... Continue Reading →

Property investment tip 23: Do you really need a letting agent or property manager to look after your property, or can you do it yourself?

Letting agents and property managers can help you manage your property when you don't have the time, skill or desire to do it yourself - all for a management fee. But are their services really worth it? It depends. Two of my investment properties are managed by letting agents, whilst my husband and I look... Continue Reading →

Property investment tip 20: 6 tips on how to buy a property for the lowest price

Being a good negotiator is a very important skill for all home buyers, but it's a skill that is often overlooked in the property buying process. Remember, the better you are at convincing the real estate agent and the vendor that you're an experienced buyer (even if you are not), the more leverage you'll have... Continue Reading →

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