With rental prices continuing to rise across Australia’s major cities, a lot of us are starting to feel the squeeze.
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
Venturing out to rent your first property can be challenging. If you’re young and have no prior references or experience with the application process, your chances of securing your very first rental can be seemingly impossible.
Investing in a rental property is a pretty big commitment, and one that you need to be ready for.
There are plenty of considerations to take on board before you set a rental amount to charge.
An increasing number of ordinary, everyday people are becoming landlords across all parts of Australia.
Moving into your own place and out of the family home can be both an exciting and daunting experience.
Regardless of whether you own your own home or rent on a monthly basis, your property should be a place of peace where you can live as you wish
Recent statistics found by CoreLogic RP Data have shown that August city rental prices have increased by the slowest amount ever recorded.
If you’re planning on selling your investment property, you’re probably wondering whether you can do so with tenants still living there.