The Residential Tenancies Act will receive an update for the first time in years, and in the second half of next year, the following new amendments will be published. No Grounds Terminations to Remain Unchanged Currently, for a fixed-term lease, owners and tenants are required to give 30 days’ notice for a lease to be… read more »
Don’t forget, at LISTED Estate Agents, we don’t just manage investment properties, we sell them and we help people finance them.
When you’re choosing an agency to manage your investment, one of the questions you need to ask them is what are their average weekly rents in that suburb? We consistently achieve above average weekly rents for suburbs in which we lease and manage properties. So, how do we do it?
One hot topic of the moment in the Perth property management world is the subject of property management business ‘take overs’. A property management business takeover is when one company buys the rent roll from another company and takes over the management of the properties.
As owners of rental properties, it’s important to understand why we do what we do for YOU and how we facilitate the speediest most cost effective repairs for your rental property with the least possible disruption to your residents.
One of our goals is to maximise owners’ return on their investment property, therefore, one of the most important elements of this process is the property presentation and representation when listed and on the market.
Part of our practice is to ensure landlord insurance cover is in place at the beginning of each tenancy.
A frequently asked question we hear is about whose responsibility garden maintenance is during a tenancy. Are the tenants required to edge the lawns? Trim bushes? Lop trees? Feed the lawn? Who should maintain the reticulation system?