There are many factors which influence how long a rental property may remain on the market before a suitable tenant is found. Some of these relate to the property itself, others to the agent selected to list the property, and others to the rental market at the time of listing.
While the following list is not exhaustive, it provides a good starting point for understanding the reasons impacting how long a property may remain on the market, and what can be done to up the pace.
There are pros and cons to both positive gearing and negative gearing an investment property. In this post we'll briefly outline what each approach entails, and the primary benefits and considerations of each.
In the vast majority of instances, tenants are signed to a fixed-term lease of six or twelve months. However, circumstances can change during the lease in ways which are not anticipated at the start of the tenancy. This could be a relationship break up, change in work circumstances, disagreement between tenants, or any of a number of other reasons.
In this article we take a look at what happens when tenants wish to make changes to the names on the lease, and what happens where there is disagreement over who stays and who goes.
Managing rental properties for investors across Newcastle and Lake Macquarie provides us a great opportunity to soak up sights and sounds from around the region while we're on our travels.
As the end of 2018 is fast approaching, we took a look back through the year and selected a few photos we've taken while out on the road this year from various locations around Newcastle and Lake Macquarie.
On many occasions we've met with investors who are unsure what to do next with their investment property. Some have had a negative experience with a past tenant or property manager and feel they want to put an end to the troubles. Others aren't seeing the return they may have expected. Whatever the reason, it is a common question: should you sell your investment property or hold onto it?
In this post we'll take a look at the common reasons people consider selling their investment property rather than holding, and a series of questions to ask yourself to help determine the best course of action.
Are you considering buying an investment property in Fern Bay, NSW? In this suburb profile we provide an overview of median sale price trends, trend in weekly rental income, and an overview of rental demand.
Are you considering investing in Warners Bay NSW? In this suburb profile we provide an overview of median sale price trends, trend in weekly rental income, and an overview of rental demand.
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