Property Management - Investment Strategies

    • Most people invest in property because it’s uncomplicated. You buy something you can see and touch, and aim to make money from rental income and capital growth (i.e. the value of the property you’ve purchased increasing over time). As an added bonus, the interest on the bank loan can be offset against the rental income thanks to negative gearing; lowering your overall tax bill. read more

    • When looking for an investment property that you intend to lease, your choice of the tenant for the property is almost as important as the actual choice of property. read more

    • An investment property’s strength is fundamentally determined by its ability to make an income. Finding and keeping good tenants is obviously a top priority for property investors. So how do you ensure that the long-term investment value of your asset is underpinned and attracts good tenants? read more