essential you make sure you have a budget to cover the unavoidable but
sometimes unexpected costs of owning a home.
These are the expenses
that your landlord or perhaps even your parents may have covered in the past.
You can’t plan for
everything, but having a rough idea of your costs and putting some money aside
each time you get paid to cover things like utilities, insurance, body
corporate fees, property management fees, and maintenance will help
take some of the stress away when bills popup.
Remember, these costs
don’t stop when your investment property is empty and there’s no rent coming
in, so building an emergency account is key.
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Tuesday, 29 March 2022