Articles related to "Managing Agent"

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How you can use one bond to build a property empire
You don’t need to have millions in the bank to build a property portfolio. You can get there with one bond and some intelligent investing.
3 types of real estate agents to avoid
Choosing a real estate agent is like choosing a mattress – make the wrong selection and you’ll end up with sleepless nights left contemplating all of the money you have lost.
Expert advice for new millennial landlords
As homeowners in their 30s move on from their first homes, they face a decision on whether to sell or rent out the property. Here is some advice for those who choose to become landlords.
Why rental property inspections are important
Landlords and tenants often disagree on who is liable for repairs or damages to a rental property. The best way to avoid conflict is to have a thorough inspection report done.
How to sell your home as quickly as possible
Selling your home quickly and for the best price can be difficult in a buyer’s market. Follow these tips to give yourself the best possible chance of achieving a good deal.
How landlords should deal with subletting
The sub-letting game can be dangerous, but there are three S’s you can follow as a landlord to keep yourself safe.
Property management: your key to property investment success
Property management is divided into two main components: tenant placement and rental management. Mastering these activities will dramatically improve your property investment success.
A question of volume in sectional title schemes
Today, many of us live in sectional title developments. And although there are numerous benefits to be had, there are also negatives – one of which relates to noise levels.
How should a tenant's deposit be handled?
Both landlord and tenant rights, according to the law, on how a tenant deposit should be handled.
Three new landlord questions answered
In these increasingly difficult economic times, it would be wise for landlords (or those looking to get into the game) to consider working with a managing agent