Australia has an ever-growing market for short-term rentals available and everyone is wanting to capitalise on it.
When it comes to buying property, co-ownership is a cost efficient way of both securing it, and maintaining it.
So, 2017 has arrived and whether you’re in a position to rent, invest, buy or sell, an effective strategy should be put into place sooner rather than later
It’s a point that most people come to in their lives and purchasing an investment property can be as exciting as it is daunting.
Investing in rental properties can be one of the most lucrative ventures available and the chances are that this is one of the key reasons that you’ve decided on it in the first place.
Investors of all experience levels are now, more than ever, coming out of the woodwork and buying up property to financially secure their retirement.
It doesn’t matter if you’re just starting out as an investor, or buying your sixth property to add to your portfolio, learning the lingo is always highly recommended
There comes a point in many families lives where they’re left with a difficult property decision – should they buy a new home, or renovate?
Losing tenants, or rather fearing the ability to find new ones, is the most common and most major concern among landlords in Australia.
Subdividing a block of land is a fantastic way of making the most out of what you own.