Property Management - Investment Strategies

    • This 8 minute podcast is a real eye-opener for anyone concerned about joining the short-term rental revolution. read more

    • Investing in property has the ability to improve your fortune – but as a landlord, you also take on an important responsibility to provide safe accommodation. It’s essential that you manage the following risks and hazards within the home to protect both your asset and its residents read more

    • Potential pitfalls often go overlooked with a lacklustre property manager in charge, which is why former real estate agent Michael Gilbert created an alternative read more

    • Facing a 40% drop in demand, managing occupancy and revenue during the colder months can a tricky business especially for properties in coastal suburbs like Bondi, Coogee and Manly in Sydney. read more

    • Landlords can double or triple their rents using Airbnb, but how easy is it in practice? Sarah Megginson talks to Quirin Schwaighofer, co-founder of MadeComfy, whose mission is to become Australia’s first performance-based short-term rental specialist, creating positive experiences for hosts and guests. read more

    • One of the most vital components of property investing is cashflow. It can make or break your investment success, and when deciding upon how much rent to charge, you have to be right on the money (pardon the pun!). read more

    • In current times of low rental yield, more investors are looking at alternative ways to maximise rental returns. What are the benefits of working with a specialist short-term rental property manager for your investment property? read more

    • Property management that includes many of the costs of repairs and maintenance – and still manages to save you money – is an investor’s dream. And it may just be a matter of looking outside the property management box to achieve this. Pauline Hatch reports read more

    • Many investors are beginning to see Airbnb as a strategic opportunity to boost their yields. But what risks do you need to be aware of – and as landlords, what rights do you have if your tenants start subletting your properties? Sarah Megginson reports read more