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  • Aug 8, 2018
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  • Commercial,Commercial Property,First Home Buyer,property management,Property Sales,

CAPITALISATION RATES

As the real estate market begins to stabilise in markets across the country, more and more people are beginning to explore investing in commercial real estate once again. To effectively invest in commercial real estate one must become comfortable w...
  • Jul 25, 2018
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  • Agent,Buying,Commercial,Commercial Property,Landlord Insurance,property management,Property Sales,real estate,

WHAT TO KEEP IN MIND WHEN BUYING COMMERCIAL PROPERTY

  Buying a commercial property is different to buying a piece of residential real estate – where the property is being used for a completely different purpose; and, the buyers are a different audience with particular needs. With that ...
  • Jul 11, 2018
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  • Insurance,Landlord Insurance,Maintenance,Property Insurance,property management,Property Sales,

DO YOU NEED LANDLORD INSURANCE?

What is landlord insurance? For those of you wondering, landlord insurance is an agreement covering owners of a property from damages incurred. Damages caused by fire, flood or storm to exterior facades or contents of a building– such as cu...
  • Jun 20, 2018
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PREPARING YOURSELF FOR TAX TIME

When investing in a rental property, you'll need to keep records right from the start and work out what you can and can’t claim as a deduction. Some things to make a note of: -  If you buy the property with someone else, you'll also need to ...
  • May 17, 2018
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8 MOST COMMON MISTAKES IN RETAIL REAL ESTATE INVESTMENT

  1. Performing Incomplete Diligence Due to time or other constraints, real estate investors tend to cut the diligence process short and/or don’t perform an adequate level of due diligence when evaluating existing collateral...
  • May 1, 2018
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PROPERTY FINANCE

In recent times it has become increasingly difficult to obtain a home loan approval. This is mainly caused by an increase in the number of borrowings at high Loan to Value Ratios (LVR’s) and an increase in house price – particularly true for the ...
  • Sep 15, 2017
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SYDNEY PROPERTY UPDATE

If you walk around inner Sydney or Melbourne, it's hard to miss the record-breaking apartment construction boom transforming the skyline. But get this: the frantic building activity, much of it driven by high-rise units, is predicted to soon...
  • Jun 29, 2017
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  • Investment,Landlord,Maintenance,Tenants,

MAINTENANCE ON GAS HEATERS AND FIREPLACE

  Whenever one rents a please with a working gas heater, it is mandatory to make sure it is repaired when it breaks down. The is no such rule in the legislation that one necessarily that one has a specific legal requirement to make sure those...
  • Jun 15, 2017
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LANDLORD’S TENANCY COSTS

The cost of advertising for tenants is tax-deductible, so are letting fees paid to property managers who procure tenants on landlords behalf.  Any expense incurred in relation to preparing or varying the lease with your tenant is also tax-deductible...