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What you need to know about your rental bond money

Typically, tenants receive their bond money back at the end of the tenancy, once the managing agent has inspected the property to ensure it is in the same condition as at the commencement of the lease (taking into account fair wear and tear).

Don't be the Landlord with a Drug Problem!

Imagine this… You’re browsing your Facebook news feed and you see a news story with images of a familiar street. You open the story and it turns out a drug lab has been found on the same street as your rental property. Suddenly your phone lights up and your mates have seen the same thing. “Mate, hope it’s not your house…” The questions flood in, and you begin to worry about your investment property.

Three ways Perth’s Current Rental Climate is Changing how an Investment Property is Managed

With the rental vacancy rate in WA well over 5%, some Landlords become hungry and desperate to find that elusive tenant. Unfortunately this desperation leads to poor decisions and a lot of the time, the outcome isn’t pretty.

Should I Buy an Old or New Property for Investment?

It’s one of the most common questions: If I'm going to invest in property, should I buy a new or established property?

Landlord Fined $24,000 for Tenancy Law Breaches

When you're a landlord and you step on the wrong side of the law, you very rarely come out in front.