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How to improve your investment property's rental yield

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Your Investment Property | 23 May 2012, 12:00 AM Agree 0
With capital growth going through a slow patch across much of the country, many investors are investigating how to improve their rental yield. Your Investment Property explores a few smart tips that can boost your rental income and improve your bottom line.
  • Rex | 24 May 2012, 06:22 PM Agree 0
    There's one form of capital accretion that can happen 365 days a year, every year - debt reduction. In addition it frees up cashflow and provides a platform for further growth. The chance to acquire other assets when the market is soft. That comes from available equity and servicing capacity.

    I agree with Chris's thoughts, there are a range of inclusions and/or services that can maximise and stabilise rental income. But in the current climate with vacancies as low as they are, the in built demand will be keeping rents high. When vacancy rates are back at 2006-08 levels, then there's a need to stand above the crowd.
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