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Latest Blog Posts for True Property Management

  • What do look for when choosing your builder
    on Feb 15, 2011 in Owners
    Choosing your builder is one of your most critical decisions. If you pick a skilled craftsman who is properly qualified to do the job it will make the experience stress-free and exciting.But hire an incompetent fool who doesn't know a hammer from a...
  • True Property Management: Frequenty Asked Question
    on Feb 11, 2011 in Investment Tenant Melbourne
    How long will it take to lease my property? At True, our average time to lease your property varies throughout the year depending upon market conditions. However, we begin marketing your property as soon as we are aware of the date it will bec...
  • The Hottest Spots to Buy in Australia this 2011
    on Feb 4, 2011 in News Investment
    RP Data research shows solid growth in suburbs 10km outside capital cities, where real estate is more affordable, and middle-ring suburbs along major transport spines top its list of strong performers, indicating that buyers are rating both the pr...
  • Investors to See More Value in Property
    on Jan 26, 2011 in Investment Melbourne
    Sydney investors could enjoy strong returns in 2011, according to SQM Research. Figures released this week by the property research house show Sydney could enjoy robust rental growth of between five and 7 per cent heading into 2011. Melbourne inves...
  • If a Property is Deemed Uninhabitable?
    on Jan 24, 2011
    Do you still need to pay rent if your property is inhabitable?What happens if your home is damaged in a civil emergency?As an owner are you covered?In each Australian state the tenancy legislation varies however in Victoria if a property is deemed "u...
  • What if a Property is Deemed Uninhabitable?
    on Jan 24, 2011 in Owners Tenant Melbourne
    Do you still need to pay rent if your property is inhabitable?What happens if your home is damaged in a civil emergency?As an owner are you covered?In each Australian state the tenancy legislation varies however in Victoria if a property is deemed...
  • What if a Property is Deemed Uninhabitable?
    on Jan 24, 2011
    Do you still need to pay rent if your property is inhabitable?What happens if your home is damaged in a civil emergency?As an owner are you covered?In each Australian state the tenancy legislation varies however in Victoria if a property is deemed...
  • Home Owners Face Affordability Shock
    on Jan 19, 2011 in News Melbourne
    Home owners in the flood ravaged suburbs of Queensland could struggle to repay their mortgages when the water begins to subside. According to a recent report by Fitch Ratings, home owners could suffer an “affordability shock” due to an increase...
  • Property Investment in Melbourne
    on Jan 16, 2011 in Investment Melbourne
    Strong population growth and increased demand have resulted in low vacancy rates, higher gross rental yields and strong capital growth for Melbourne house and land packages in Victoria. Melbourne always ranks highly as one of the world’s most liv...
  • What Makes a Property a Good Investment?
    on Jan 10, 2011 in Owners Investment
    Investing in property is much different from home buying. There is a financial factor to consider, and not one of an emotional decision. Good property investment is careful, logical choosing. It makes sense that once has to think long-term, with p...
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