Changes to negative gearing policy would drive up rents and affect the most vulnerable people in the community, according to the Real Estate Institute of Australia.
From a tenants’ point of view, just because your lease is due to be renewed it doesn’t mean that your landlord will necessarily be chasing a rent increase. In fact, the vast majority of landlords prefer a long-term, stable tenant … Continued
You’ve probably read or seen TV footage over the past few weeks about a young guy in Sydney who is living on balcony and paying $215 a week for the privilege – at least he wouldn’t have to worry about … Continued
They say assumptions are the mother of all stuff ups and as a landlord you shouldn’t take for granted that your expectations need to be clearly communicated. Take the tenant who figured her Great Dane would be suitable for an … Continued
As we head into the peak demand period for rental properties it is important for tenants to understand the attributes of successful rental applications. Starting this month, demand for rental properties increases across the State. Demand historically peaks during February … Continued