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Property buying contracts and offer conditions

Property buying contracts and offer conditions

When negotiating with the seller, you’ll have the opportunity to make the offer subject to various conditions. So what are the common conditions you need to be aware of before making an offer on a house or property?

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Attn WA Landlords: WA Government is taking steps to trace landlords who fail to lodge tenancy bonds

Attn WA Landlords: WA Government is taking steps to trace landlords who fail to lodge tenancy bonds

WA Departments of Consumer Protection and Communities are going to target landlords who fail to lodge tenancy bonds through the WA Bond Assistance Loan Scheme.

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Garden Tips for Landlords

Garden Tips for Landlords

Most Residential Tenancies Acts do not provide exact guidance on garden maintenance, unless the residential tenancy agreement says otherwise, the tenant is generally responsible for general garden maintenance – which is generally defined as mowing, watering, weeding, pruning and trimming

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Haggling Tips from our most successful RealRenta Landlords

Haggling Tips from our most successful RealRenta Landlords

The current credit crunch means that investors might need to learn new tricks to help make the money they have go further.

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3 Renovations that waste money in your Investment Property

3 Renovations that waste money in your Investment Property

Our most experienced landlords tell us that investors, should never spend money on the superfluous in their investment property because this just cuts down their ROI.

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Real estate agents like this are the reason RealRenta exists.

Real estate agents like this are the reason RealRenta exists.

Real estate agent ‘withheld landlord rents’

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What are the differences between fixtures and fittings?

What are the differences between fixtures and fittings?

There is no legal definition of what constitutes fixtures and what constitutes fittings however, it is generally considered that ‘fixtures’ are secured to walls or the floor and ‘fittings’ are free standing items.

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Disputing an excessive rent order

Disputing an excessive rent order

When deciding if a rent increase is excessive, a court or tribunal may make an ‘excessive rent order”, which specifies : • the amount that the rent must not exceed • the day from which this maximum rent applies – for a period of up to 12 months.

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Property Investment Round-Up

Property Investment Round-Up

Here are the latest stats :

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Do your homework before switching property investment loans.

Do your homework before switching property investment loans.

If you’re thinking about changing your loan to match where you are in life, it’s really worth exploring more than one appealing option.

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