Looking at buying investment property in a new build development or existing complex? There are many things to take into consideration. However, one thing to be aware of is that you’ll be required to join a body corporate or a residents’ association (which one will be pre-determined by the development type).
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The Key Differences Between a Residents’ Association and a Body Corporate National Propertyscouts
5 Reasons to Consider Including Grounds Maintenance in Your Tenancy Agreement National Propertyscouts
To maintain or not to maintain? That’s the question many landlords find themselves asking when developing tenancy agreements.
3 Reasons to Get Your Brand New Property Meth-Tested National Propertyscouts
So, you’ve just purchased a BRAND NEW rental property? Congratulations! There’s little chance that it has been contaminated by methamphetamine (‘meth’). Why then, do you still need a meth test?
In short, testing for meth before and after tenancies can protect you, the Landlord, from having to fork out tens of thousands of dollars in the long run.
Privacy Crackdown: What Does It Mean for Landlords? National Propertyscouts
New guidance on privacy for the rental sector has been in the works for the past year and yesterday, the Privacy Commission launched a new compliance monitoring programme. The aim of the programme is to ensure no landlords, managers or agencies are in breach of the Privacy Act.
Offer long term rental options in return for interest deductibility National Propertyscouts
That’s a suggestion made by one property consultant recently...
Commercial property investing as an alternative to residential National Propertyscouts
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