Property Management 101 – Market Trends

When should I rent my Property and when should my Tenancy Agreement end?   Just like a sales market the Inner-City Brisbane rental market fluctuates throughout the year. Unlike sales though, there often isn’t as much flexibility when it comes to choosing when to rent a property. Most often a property needs to be rented […]

  • 3 December 2018

Property Management 101 – Rent Arrears

How many times have you heard an agent say, “we have zero tolerance for rent arrears”? Every agent tells you they have a zero tolerance for rent arrears but what does that mean? Generally, it means that the agents have a process in place to ensure that as soon as your tenant falls behind in […]

  • 30 October 2018

Property Management 101 – Rent Payments

How would you feel if I told you it’s common for tenants to be charged to pay rent? Well, it’s a reality. There are many third-party payment systems out there offering great incentives to real estate businesses with little benefit to the tenant. As a Landlord you want to be assured that your tenants are […]

  • 23 October 2018

Property Management 101 – Priorities

When someone asks what you do, and you say, “I’m a real estate agent” the obvious response to most people is “how is the sales market going”. Property management is often just not a priority and these kinds of responses are a true reflection of this. Little do people know that the property management side […]

  • 21 October 2018

Queensland Rental Reforms

For the first time in 40 years the Queensland Government is opening the doors to renting reform in hope to improve the process for everyone. As landlords, tenants and agents we’re given the opportunity to share our experiences. It’s with hope that our feedback will give the Government the information they need to make the […]

  • 17 October 2018

Property Management 101 – Communication

Communication, or lack thereof, from a Property Manager is undoubtedly the number one reason landlords chose to change agencies. There are so many reasons this can occur but more often than not there are some major contributing factors: 1. An oversell of services to secure the client and under deliver from the PM. 2. No […]

  • 12 October 2018

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