What I Actually Learned From My Physics Teacher

Posted by Peter Ross on 4 May 2016
I was reminded recently reading the commentary below from Michael Yardney, about some principles in time management from my physics teacher in year  11 &12. Oddly, I couldn't tell you anything I learnt about physics, but the first 2 points below struck a chord with me, and ha...
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Are You Taking Financial Advice From The Wrong People

Posted by Peter Ross on 20 April 2016
I came across this article recently written by Kalen Bruce. It has some home truths about the lack of real life learning, that is money and finance -  in our school system. So who have you learnt from? And are their lessons worth listening to? Read on -  Handling money....
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How important is a Condition Report

Posted on 10 March 2016
When a tenant moves into your investment property they are given an Entry Condition Report by the property manager. This is the master document that outlines exactly the state your property is in when the tenant takes over the lease. It is a requirement under legislation. The property mana...
Posted in: Wealth Creation Property News  

How To Make Your Home Stand Out In The Rental Market

Posted on 9 March 2016
In a rental market where tenants have the upper hand and plenty of choice, the onus is on the landlord to ensure their home stands out to prospective renters. And even in busier market conditions, it pays dividends to make your home a true contender for top quality renters. For most proper...
Posted in: Property News  

Tenancy Application - 5 things to look for

Posted on 2 March 2016
Your property manager will be your eyes on the ground as a landlord, and will in many instances have met the applicants in person, so it's worth taking their feedback on board. Remember, you're working as a team to determine who is the most quality tenant that suits your property. ...
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Staying Unemotional When Renting Out Your Home

Posted on 2 March 2016
It can be hard to steer clear of emotion when you are renting out a property that was formerly your home. It's completely understandable to be wary of having strangers in the property you own. Being a good landlord is critical to maintain a healthy relationship with your property manag...
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