In part 2 of our Residential property strategies podcast series, we look at the most commonly employed strategy, which is to buy and hold for capital growth. We’ll look at what it is, why people use it, the pros and cons as well as asset selection for maximising capital growth.
Property Investing Strategy - Part 1 The how, why and what of property investing strategy Overview - Goal/purpose vs Mechanics All property...
Selecting a property manager Selecting a Property manager to interview Ask for referrals - BA, other investors Google reviews Look at the...
Challenges with Property management In this podcast episode we discuss some of the challenges experienced with property management,...
Things we talk about Property Management Position One (tell them Kaz from Everyday Property Investing sent you!) Making offers Quick tip and action Are you taking responsibility for the good management of your properties? Assess your properties – is your management up to scratch? Make a checklist or a spreadsheet of the questions you should […]
We’ve reached the culmination of our Brisbane Purchase Case Study for one of Property Zest’s clients, Luke. Before Luke became the owner of another property, there were several tasks to be done and in this part 7 of our series, we tackle the things that needed to be accomplished between signing the contract and […]
In this episode we’re really excited to be speaking with a guy who has turned his passion for property into a fantastic business in property development. Troy Harris from Rookie Developer is a busy man, running multiple development projects and educating investors on how to get started in property development. Troy recently took some time […]
If you don’t know everything about your investment, who does? Investing is not a hands-off process. The most successful investors are the ones who know precisely when to buy or sell, when to evict a bad tenant or hire a new manager. They are more relaxed because they know everything that’s going on, and they […]
Little things can make great tenants want to stay. Great tenants will feature on every property investor’s wish list. We all want them. We secretly love them when they are in our property and we hate it when they go. The easiest way to ensure you keep your good tenants is to make sure they […]
Bad property managers cost good people time and money. Last February, I received a phone call from the police asking if I would be a witness to the intentional damage done to my property the previous September. This was the first I had heard of it. My (now ex) property manager had completed November’s inspection […]
I recently discovered that I’m losing over $5000 per year. My CBD property should have been earning me $100 per week more than I was receiving. And I had no idea. My property manager is a great communicator who makes regular phone calls to me. I always know what’s going on. This high level of […]