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Property Investor News | Tree Disputes

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TREE DISPUTES – WHO IS RESPONSIBLE FOR WHAT?

Neighbourhood disputes are hard enough to deal with at the best of times but when your property is tenanted it makes it a little more difficult as the information is often second or third hand. Tree disputes can vary from minor issues such as a tree/branch overhanging your garden and needing pruning to large branches … Read the full post »

Why is selling your house in Winter a good idea?

We’ll tell you why and how to sell your house this Winter
Are you sitting on the fence about whether you should be selling your house in Winter? You’ll find this article packed full of advice and tips. You’ll be climbing off that fence and pitching a for sale sign in your front yard ASAP.
Winter Vs Spring
Real estate folklore is that Spring is the season to sell. That if you want … Read the full post »

Property Investor News | Capital Gain or Cash Flow

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CAPITAL GAIN OR CASH FLOW – WHICH GOAL IS BEST FOR YOU?

There are two main objectives for property investors – cash flow and capital gain. While it’s quite realistic to set out to achieve both of these goals, the two should at least be considered separately and prioritised before making your move.

Capital Gain

There are two … Read the full post »

Property Investor News | Landlord Insurance

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LANDLORD INSURANCE

There are many types of landlord insurance available and although you don’t need all of them, it is essential that you know the ones you do need for your investment property (and the ones you don’t).

Standard building and contents insurance – more commonly … Read the full post »

Property Investor News | Ingoing Inspections

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AN EXAMPLE OF WHY WE DO INGOING PROPERTY INSPECTION REPORTS

It is not always easy picking the right tenant but it is worth the extra work involved in getting all the necessary checks and references in place before you allow someone to move into your home.

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Daniel Toms | Staff News

We’ve welcomed Daniel Toms to our Sales Team!

 

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Driven by an exceptional work ethic, Daniel Toms is an exemplary member of our sales team. He began his real estate career as a sales assistant. Daniel quickly built his reputation as an exceptionally skilled agent, underpinned by his natural ability to build rapport and determination to succeed. Daniel believes it’s his authenticity in building … Read the full post »

Property Investor News | Convenience is still the Winner

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RENTAL DEMAND: CONVENIENCE IS STILL THE WINNER

What really separates rental properties in the minds of tenants, and what will they actually pay more for? As trends change, the answer to this question changes and as we continue to search for improvements in returns for our owners we’ve been asking tenants at opens about their likes, needs and wants. Here are some of … Read the full post »

A fall-proof guide to selling your home in Autumn

Autumn is the new Spring when it comes to Selling Houses
Ah Autumn! As the leaves are turning and the temperature falls, we start thinking about retiring the cossies in favour of gumboots and enjoy the respite of a spattering of rain. The time has come for toasting marshmallows until they’re gooey and delicious, baking ANZAC cookies and waiting for the bunny with the good chocolate to pay us a visit.

Summer … Read the full post »

Quarterly Wrap Up – 4th Quarter, 2019

The last quarter of the year in 2019 has produced three of the strongest selling months that Guardian Realty has seen in many years! Despite the district’s desperate need for rain leaving most properties looking a bit dry & brown, buyers are still desperately looking to secure their next home in our surrounding suburbs. As well as this, the general shortage of properties that are for sale have meant that … Read the full post »

Quarterly Wrap Up – 3rd Quarter, 2019

With risk of sounding a little cliché… as the Hills District’s weather heats up, so does its property market! The last few months have produced some staggering results for Guardian Realty and our homeowners, not just in sales prices but in the volume of property changing hands as well. In fact, September 2019 has just gone down as Guardian Realty’s HIGHEST volume sales month in the past decade! A total … Read the full post »

Quarterly Wrap Up – 2nd Quarter, 2019

We might be in the middle of the cold season, but the real estate market is showing all the signs of heating up again! Some factors that are having a positive on flow effect include the re-election of the Liberal Government (who are a bit more ‘pro-real-estate’) the reduction in interest rates from the RBA, as well as talks of APRA easing off on lending restrictions. These things combined have … Read the full post »

Quarterly Wrap Up – 1st Quarter, 2019

With the recent change in the market, we have now transitioned into a normal real estate market. Buyers are being cautious and now agents’ relationships with buyers have become a vital part of any successful property transaction.

Property owners need an experienced agent who has worked in this market and knows how to work with their buyers properly, not just place an ad online and hope for a result. We see … Read the full post »

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