Nov 16, 2017 In current times of low rental yield, more investors are looking at alternative ways to maximise rental returns. What are the benefits of working with a specialist short-term rental property manager for your investment property?
Property management that includes many of the costs of repairs and maintenance – and still manages to save you money – is an investor’s dream. And it may just be a matter of looking outside the property management box to achieve this. Pauline Hatch reports
They pay for themselves in just a few years and average a 15% yield, so what’s not to love about granny flats? And with experts managing your project from concept to construction, it can be quick and easy to create these cash flow gold mines. Pauline Hatch reports
Property investment can be a tricky business at the best of times. It involves many moving parts, a number of which you’re not in control of, so it’s important to ask the right questions before you dive in. Jacqueline So reports
Renovating is about transformation, and its limit extends to wherever your imagination is willing to take you. For instance, you don’t have to be boxed in by the idea that a residence is just a residence when you may be able to transform it into a commercial property with super-sized yields
Looking at a suburb’s historical capital growth rate gives investors a good indication of how it performed in the past. But you need more data than that to pinpoint the growth superstars of the future – which is where the 2016 Census results come into play