Property managers can be the best thing to happen to investors, as they take away much of the stress of personally handling your investment property. If they’re not up to the task, however, they can also be your worst nightmare. Jacqueline So reports.
The warmer season is about to start and, traditionally, this is the time of the year when Australia receives the highest number of tourists.
Many landlords are wary of embracing pet owners as tenants, owing to concerns about stained carpets and chewed door frames. But pet-friendliness could be a major boost to your bank balance, as pet-owning tenants are often willing to pay extra rent.
Take a look at the main things to consider before making a decision to switch to short-term rental for your investment property.
Strong demand, high yields, and a ‘set and forget’ management system? After helping property owners achieve all of this and more, short-term rental specialist MadeComfy is beginning to work with developers – from the ground up. Sarah Megginson reports