Ways to get your tenant to pay more rent - 1

It’s no secret that the rental market in some parts of the country is sluggish.


But just because some areas are performing below average it doesn’t mean that investors can’t achieve rental growth.

The truth of the matter is that you can manufacture higher rents no matter what the market is doing.

Don’t believe me?

Well, let’s take a look at some of the strategies to get your tenant to pay more rent.

1. Renovation riches

There are a number of simple renovations that you can undertake to increase your property’s appeal to renters and owner-occupiers alike.

And by completing a few easy renos, you’d be surprised at how much better the property can look – as well as the extra rent you can charge for it, too.

Simple renovations to consider can include:

·Repainting internal walls

·New blinds or curtains

·Improve storage options such as wardrobes

·Install a dishwasher

·New carpet

·Install air-conditioning, especially in hotter climates like Queensland.

Any of these renovations can be completed quite affordably, while also improving your yield at the same time.

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Jason Gwerder
Monday, 8 March 2021

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