How to find hot property

Walkley, Pam
August 2013
Australian Women's Weekly;Aug2013, Vol. 83 Issue 8, p218
The article outlines seven steps to succeed as a landlord. Emphasis is given on the need to pick an area that is appealing to tenant groups and to research the area thoroughly before making an investment. It reminds investors to consider the cost of strata levies when choosing between a house or a unit, and depreciation allowances and tax deduction when choosing between new or old properties. It discusses the importance of deciding on renovation and seeking professional property management.


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