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Leasing your Sydney Furnished Apartment Long Term

For owners of furnished apartments in Sydney, long term leases are looking more appealing than ever right now. With the current restrictions on travel all but stopping the short stay and holiday rental markets, the security and stability of an ongoing tenancy is highly desirable.   While furnished properties are usually targeted toward holiday makers and visiting executives, there is also a market for furnished apartments in Sydney…Read More→

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Converting your Sydney Airbnb into a Longer Term Rental

When it comes to Airbnb, Sydney is one of the world’s most popular locations, with the city consistently appearing in the top 10 for largest number of listings. And it’s easy to see why – Sydney’s great weather and amazing beaches are a major drawcard for both domestic and international visitors; and the flexibility and reach of the platform are extremely appealing to property…Read More→

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6 Tips On How to Find Good Tenants

One of the marks of a great property manager is knowing how to find good tenants. While most rental agents are across the basics of the tenant selection process, only the minority of property management experts have the ability to identify and select great long term tenants.   This is particularly important as the quality of your tenant can make or break your property investment. Find a good one and you can…Read More→

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Is It Time for a Rent Increase?

Correctly timing a rent increase is critical to getting the best possible return from your investment property – raise it too soon and you could lose a good tenant; leave it too long and you could miss out on extra rental income. So… how do you know the time’s right?  When is a rent increase allowed?  Before asking “Should I increase my rent?”, it’s important to understand your legal requirements when…Read More→

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Do I Really Need Landlord Insurance?

It’s easy to see why some property investors think landlord insurance is an unnecessary expense. They pay thousands of dollars in premiums over the life of their investment and, unless something goes wrong, they never really see a return.   Obviously, there’s the peace of mind that comes from knowing your property is protected, but does the reduced risk really justify the cost? And, shouldn’t carefully selecting tenants be good enough to protect rental property…Read More→

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