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how to avoid a monster mortgage

How to avoid a monster mortgage: Only buy what you can afford Buying a house is one of the most significant investments you are going to make, emotionally and financially. And, despite the recent fall in property prices, a home in any of the Australian capital cities does not come cheap. According to the latest… Read More>>

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prospective tenant red flags

One of the biggest fear of a landlord is to end up with a terrible tenant. No landlord wants to have problems with their tenants, but no landlord wants to end up paying the tab when the tenant doesn’t pay their rent! Low income? Currently unemployed? Inconsistent Work History? By keeping an eye out for… Read More>>

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Renovate rental property for better rental income

The biggest mistake for Landlords is to renovate their property to meet their personal style or needs. There is no need for expensive carpets or lighting … always focus on the market requirements AND your budget.     Here are a few tips for “rentvestors”: Flooring Floorboards always offer great value; stylish, durable and require… Read More>>

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What to know before renting out your home

Being a landlord is not just about collecting monthly rent. Rental properties can be a lucrative source of passive income to investors, however, turning landlord is not a cakewalk. Renting out a property could be tedious, especially if you are a first-time landlord. So, here are some tips to successfully rent your property:    … Read More>>

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Rentvesting, the great Australian dream

Most people in Australia grew up with the dream of owning their home in a place they could afford and then slog through their lives to pay off the debt to own their greatest dream. However, as house prices continue to rise, more and more first home buyers are finding it difficult to enter the… Read More>>

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Rentvesting or buying a home?

You can’t have the cake and eat it too, that’s what we have been told since childhood. However, Gen Y is perceptibly breaking out of this age-old adage,
by combining the best of both the worlds – renting and investing – through rentvesting.… Read More>>

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