I'm just closing up at the open home in Freshwater in Sydney and I thought I'd take this opportunity to explain a question or answer a question that someone asked me about. They were looking at buying a unit that was a company title unit and they made an offer on it and they weren't exactly. They
Owen: Owen Davis here from Leifield Real Estate here with another interview with a buyer's agent this time Christine Rutledge. Thanks Christine.
Christine: You're welcome.
Owen: Now I wanted to have a chat to Christine today about where the market is but firstly can you tell us your experience with the property investing
Today, I wanted to talk to you guys about detaching yourself from your investment property.
So in the good old days you know investment property is to be you would rent it out and do the maintenance there needs to go knock on the door get their cash. Those days are gone. These days it’s
Ken is a mortgage broker. And so I wanted to have a chat to Ken. Because he’s been a mortgage broker for all deals with a lot of investors so please tell us your story Ken.
Ken: Yeah sure. So I guess I’ll start off with when how I
got into the finance broking space.
Owen: I’ve known Robyn for a long time so thank you Robyn for letting me interview you and Robyn’s a very experienced property investor and she’s helped a lot of people build a property portfolio. So I know your story Robyn. But please tell me again refresh my memory. But for everyone else as well.
Today I’m going to talk to you about how we prevent tenants to get into arrears. I believe there are two categories for tenants getting into arrears. One, education, and two, they actually, legitimately behind on their rent. The first one, A lot of tenants that we take over Property Management from, tell us that
This is a great question I love when new owners come and ask me this question. So, what will happen when your tenant falls into arrears. This is a great question to ask when you’re shopping around for a Property Manager. And I said Property Manager, I didn’t say BDM.
So, some agencies have a
This is a question I get asked all the time from property
owners. so today I thought I jumped on here and answer that question I’m Tina
from Leifield Real Estate, So when a bond is paid by a tenant prior to moving
in to the property, it is 4 weeks here in Queensland. That
Just been talking to a client by email, and they’re looking at purchasing a brand new property and made a comment about being able to, in the current climate having some negotiation power, so I was just writing a reply and I thought I would comment. But the current climate has been interesting for sure, …
This is a question I get all the time from new landlords moving over to our agency.
So when your tenant pays their rent, we receive it and it is held in our trusted account. Now you have a couple of options with your rental payments, we can pay your rates, your water, your body
A bit of a follow up from the video I did the other day just before Christmas about APRA releasing the 30% cap on interest only loans. Even though they’ll still be keeping an eye on it in the future as I’ve said. But the question that’s being asked me, does this mean the market
Just giving a bit of an update this time about buying an investment property with a tenant already in it. So an existing tenant. Now the pros and cons of doing that. Well the first obvious positive one is that you’ve got an existing tenant in there with cashflow from day one, which is a