Posts Tagged ‘guide’

Why the Australian economy will stay strong in 2016

In the wake of the Chinese stock market falling, American interest rates rising, and the Australian dollar falling, some commentators have predicted weak property performance for 2016. Commentary about facing a recession or similar economic circumstances to the global financial crisis are running hot.

However, as Ross Gittins, Economics Editor at the Sydney Morning Herald, has suggested this ‘doom and gloom’ is in fact overstated. While … Read more »

How to build a multi property portfolio

72 per cent of investors only own one property in Australia. This represents a lost opportunity considering the best way to unlock the financial benefits of investing in property is to own multiple assets. The key to building a strong portfolio is tapping into your equity, which can be converted into cash for deposits for future investments. But starting this process can be overwhelming, often discouraging investors to … Read more »

6 tips to maximise your rental return

To keep a grounded view of the market and ensure you don’t lose quality tenants, consider following some simple steps to maximise your rental returns.

One step is to regularly review your rents and ensure they are at market levels, while giving tenants ample prior notice of rental increases. This will assist you in keeping your tenants content living in your investment property.

Multiply the average rental yield of comparable properties in … Read more »