What to Do When your Lease is about to Expire

What to Do When your Lease is about to Expire

A lot of property owners are unsure of what to do at the end of their lease. Sometimes this results in unnecessary stress and unwanted conflict between the property owner and tenants. A good way to avoid this is to plan ahead; 2 months before your lease expires ask yourself two questions: “Am I happy with my current tenants?” and “Do I have plans of moving into or selling the property in the next 6 to 12 months?”

Your answer to these two questions will determine what is your best course of action.  Below I have listed what you should do based on each possible answer.

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5 Things Property Owners must do before Handing over the Keys

5 Things Property Owners must do before Handing over the Keys

As a property investor, it is vital that a number of tasks are completed before handing over the keys to your new tenants. By completing these tasks you are much more likely to have a smooth tenancy so It is important to set the scene from the beginning as to how the tenancy will unfold.

I have outlined the 5 most important things every property owner must do before handing over the keys to your tenants and having them move in.

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3 Reasons Why You Have Bad Tenants

3 Reasons Why You Have Bad Tenants

Why do some people have trouble finding the right tenants and why do most find it easy? Having bad tenants is the worst feeling, you feel totally out of control with something you have worked so hard for and the thoughts that run through your head as you try to go to sleep at night make it even worse not just for your hip pocket but your own quality of life. Read More

Real Estate Agent Fees

Real Estate Agent Fees

As of February 2017 I have provided new property management fees for 2017.

I have also created a special bonus at the end that will tell you exactly how much you are spending on an agent.

In the past many Property Owners were basically forced to use an Agent to help manage their investment properties because of a lack of tools and resources available to property owners to go DIY on a professional level. However many owners still use an agent and as always the first thing investors think of when using a Property Manager is the cost.

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