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Are you a Property Investor?

Are you a Property Investor?

Want to take the stress out of being a property investor? Leave it to us! Offering a full range of tailored property management services, we're the experts you can trust to make sure your investment is looked after... and get the best results (and returns) every time. To find out more,...

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Changing Property Managers is Easy…

Changing Property Managers is Easy…

What do you do if you’re not happy with your current property manager/agency? Are you sick of staff turnover? Have you ever wondered who is managing our property?...

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What to look for in an investment property

What to look for in an investment property

Searching for the right investment property can be a lengthy process. Not only do you need to think about your long-term wealth goals, but you need to make sure the investment property you buy will help you achieve the...

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Top tips for a smooth tax time

Top tips for a smooth tax time

It's almost the end of another financial year, and that means tax time is coming. To make your tax time go smoothly and maximise your return, it's important to get organised ...

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How to find the right property manager

How to find the right property manager

One of the most important factors in maintaining a profitable investment property portfolio is having a good property manager. While it might be tempting to manage everything yourself, a property manager not only knows the ins and outs of the market, but they have systems and...

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Negative, neutral, positive gearing: Which is best?

Negative, neutral, positive gearing: Which is best?

Tax law in Australia is inherently complex. As an ever-evolving beast, a change in one area of tax law has implications across many other areas, especially when it comes to people's finances and investing. Negative gearing is one of these areas, and it's been a hot topic in recent years. Decid...

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What is a depreciation schedule, and why do you need it?

What is a depreciation schedule, and why do you need it?

Depreciation is often overlooked when it comes to the deductions you make each year at tax time. It's easy to do given depreciation is a non-cash deduction. On average, in the first financial year, investors can expect to claim around $9,000 in depreciation deductions.   T...

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4 Property Investment Tips To Strengthen Your Strategy

4 Property Investment Tips To Strengthen Your Strategy

According to CoreLogic's Profile of the Australian Residential Property Investor, the value of people's wealth held in real estate assets is worth more than superannuation funds and listed stocks. While the economy and property market are in an uncertain place, now is a better time than ever t...

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Why landlord insurance is an expense you won't regret

Why landlord insurance is an expense you won't regret

According to Finder, landlord in insurance costs an average of $208 per month for a property worth $1 million. This amount can increase or decrease depending on the value of the property. Once it's tallied up for the year, your landlord insurance will probably be one of your larger ongoing exp...

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6 Tips For Preparing your Investment Property For Tenants

6 Tips For Preparing your Investment Property For Tenants

Whether you've just purchased your first investment property, you're moving out of your home to turn it into a rental, or you're an experienced investor looking to improve the type of tenant you attract, preparing your investment property for tenants to move into can feel like an overwhelming ...

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What is Capital Gains Tax (CGT)?

What is Capital Gains Tax (CGT)?

Capital Gains Tax (CGT) is a key area of tax that property investors should understand. While CGT may seem daunting, it's not as bad as it may seem once you dig a little deeper. In this article, we detail CGT, including how to calculate it.   color...

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8 Costly Mistakes Landlords Make When It Comes To Their Investment Property

8 Costly Mistakes Landlords Make When It Comes To Their Investment Property

1. Inadequate Background Checks On Potential Tenant Back ground checks are a must, you need to make sure your prospective tenant can afford your property and that they will look after it. You will need to get the magnifying glass out to check income details, emplo...

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7 Secrets To Renting Your Investment Property FAST!

7 Secrets To Renting Your Investment Property FAST!

When you are looking to buy (or already own) an investment...

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Your key costs as a landlord...

Your key costs as a landlord...

Property investing is an excellent vehicle for building long term wealth. But you need to factor in the upfront and ongoing costs of being a landlord. Throughout the duration of holding each property, you need to have stable cash flow to cover your key expenses and the regular shortfall (if yo...

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