Inclement weather conditions can cause havoc on the buildings that we call home and with large patches of rain and the humidity that can come with it, mould can at times follow affecting walls, ceilings, furnishings, and belongings.
Creating and maintaining a household budget ensures that money goes where it’s meant to.
When it comes to purchasing and managing property, there are countless factors to consider.
Making sure your investment property is properly managed and protected is paramount to the investor. Appreciation and profitability go hand in hand towards ensuring that your investment enhances wealth creation and provides security for this generation and the next.
A valuable property manager is a gift for landlords, yet also beneficial for tenants. Being able to please and appease both sides of the equation is a rare commodity.
With cold and dampness attributed to asthma, cardiovascular conditions and other illnesses, the healthy homes standards were primarily developed to improve health and wellbeing and reduce energy bills and medical costs. Important legislation changes are due to take place from July 1 this year, with further amendments in place until July 1, 2024.
The landlord/tenant dynamic is rarely smooth, even at its best. But the COVID-related rental freezes in 2020 further divided relations and opinion.
Getting your head around the ins and outs of property investment isn’t easy, especially with all those head-scratching terms you hear in the business. But never fear! Here’s a list in “plain English” list to help you find your way around all these jargons.
Finding a great property manager is crucial to the investment game. You can be a first-time investor or a property portfolio pro but either way, you want your manager to treat your rental investment as if it’s their own – and that’s just for starters.
You’re a nervous first-time landlord or you’re a pro investor to whom rentals are old hat. Either way, it never hurts to learn more about landlord ups and downs.