Posts Tagged ‘Rental Property’

Mould & Condensation Prevention

Winter in Melbourne is very damp and wet which attracts mould. Preventing mould is not only important to your home, but also your health as mould can cause reactions in people with allergies or asthma.
Here are our tips on how to best prevent mould in your home:
Find out Why

Mould can appear due to excess moisture, humidity, condensation or a plumbing … Read more »

Tenants Of The Month :: June 2018 :: Marcus & Isabella

​Thank you and congratulations to this months Tenants of the Month, Marcus & Isabella.

Thank you for being such great tenants in every possible way!

 

 

Easy Hacks for Renters to Make their New Home Feel like Home

If you’re going to be renting your home for the foreseeable future, here are a few adjustments and improvements that you can make without upsetting your landlord or damaging the property

Door handles & doors

Most door handles are easily removable, which means there’s no need to put up with unattractive door, cupboard or cabinet handles. Most hardware stores will have a decent range … Read more »

Do depreciation deductions apply to you?

Owners of income producing properties are eligible to claim tax deductions for a number of expenses involved in holding a property.

Most investors are aware of some of the deductions they are entitled to; for example, they know they can claim their Property Manager’s fees, council rates and any repairs and maintenance costs. However, all too often investors are unaware of property depreciation and as such they … Read more »

9 Ways to Settle in as a new Landlord

With property a top investment choice for many Australians, more of us than ever before are becoming landlords.Truth be told, the life of a landlord consists of time-consuming legal responsibilities. Here are some tips to help you feel at home as a new landlord.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 
1. Remember, your property is a business, not your home.
When you make decisions about your property, it’s only natural … Read more »

It’s Tax time – What can you claim on your rental property?

Being an investor can be hard work. Rental properties don’t only come with a raft of maintenance issues and management troubles, they also involves a lot of accounting! Just like you might consider getting a property manager to handle the ins and outs of your lease agreements and advertising, you might want to think about an accountant top help you make … Read more »