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Domain Rental Vacancy Rate October 2019: Sydney steady

Originally posted on www.domain.com.au by Eliza Owen Sydney’s rental vacancy rate remains the second-highest of the capital cities, behind Darwin, as dwelling unit completions and investment stock remain elevated.  There were approximately 18,000 vacant rentals across Sydney at the end of October. About 750 of these were spread across the suburbs of Sydney, Parramatta and …

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Domain Rental Vacancy Rate September 2019: Is the renters’ market in Sydney coming to an end?

Originally posted on www.domain.com.au by Eliza Owen The national rental vacancy rate was steady over September, at 1.9 per cent. This is a reflection of most capital city markets, with five cities showing no change in the rate over September. The national rental vacancy rate was steady over September, at 1.9 per cent. This is …

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Who makes the final decision on tenant selection?

“Who makes the final decision on the tenant selection if an owner has their property managed by an agent? Does the Property Manager offer a suggestion to the owner?”  We asked Co-Founder and COO of Rent360, Penelope Valentine for her advice: “The property manager’s job is to ensure they thoroughly check each tenant application,” Penelope said. “They need to look at …

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Podcast: Property Investory with Rent360 Founders

Co-founders Jared Keen and Penelope Valentine of Rent360 – a startup providing investors with a better management system for their properties – will uncover how their backgrounds led to an ideal partnership, how a suspicious smell turned into the world’s craziest inspection and why you shouldn’t wait for the property bubble to burst.     Discover the scope of their roles …

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Can you manage your own rental property without a real estate agent?

Real estate agent fees are often the biggest expense of owning an investment property after home loan repayments, and investors who manage their own rental property could save thousands of dollars per year. But is it worth it? According to recent research by finder.com.au, one in four Australian landlords manages their own investment properties, pocketing the percentage of the rent …

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