Archive for the ‘Landlord’ Category

Tenant Moving Out? How much notice is required?

Moving HouseIf you are a landlord in NSW and your Tenant has just told you they will be moving on, you might be thinking – “This is sudden – have I been given enough notice?!”
In NSW the notice periods that a tenant must provide to their Agent/Landlord about … Read the full post »

Hello Juan Munoz

Meet Juan Munoz, Property Manager with Rightside
Q: What do you enjoy about working in the real estate industry?
A: Meeting so many different people on a daily basis and of course seeing so many different properties.
 
Q: What do you like to do in your spare time?
A: Play Soccer, go to the beach, spend time with family.
 
Q: What are your strengths when it comes to work?
A:  I find that being a calm sort of … Read the full post »

Breaking your Lease

 Sometimes life isn’t as predictable as what we thought it would be and you might find that you will be moving house sooner than expected.  If you are renting it can be a little challenging to navigate what to do if you need to move out early!
If you are in a fixed term lease and you find your self in a situation that you will be moving out before your … Read the full post »

How to Avoid Mould


What is Mould?
Did you know that mould spores are a natural part of the environment, however in certain conditions the spores will germinate and spread. Depending on the conditions this could be very quickly or slowly over time.
When its humid and there are extended periods of rain, … Read the full post »

Gardens and Rental Properties

A gorgeous garden is a real asset to a property for both selling and renting.

Landlord Insurance

What is it? Should I have it? What to look for when choosing a policy?  So many questions to consider!

Leasing a Property Virtually

Over the years, we have had the odd tenant here and there, who was unable to physically inspect a property before taking possession.

No More Certificates of Title in NSW

From 11 October 2021 there will no longer be any paper Certificates of Title issued AND existing Certificates of Title will be cancelled. 

Short Term Moratorium – Fast Facts

In NSW there is currently a short-term moratorium in place to protect covid impacted tenants from eviction.

Should my tenant be on a fixed term lease

It is quite common for a tenant to sign an initial lease for a set period of time when they first move into a property e.g. 12 months.

Hello Kim Williams

Get to know Kim Williams, Senior Property Manager from Rightside

NSW Government extends moratorium for covid impacted tenants

The NSW government has announced that the support measures put in place for COVID impacted…

Best Practice Property Management

After many years of looking after property, we have a clear insight into what Owners are truly …

Repairs and Your Agent – for Landlords

An inevitable part of owning property is that from time to time things go wrong, and…

Get a 10% return on investment

We see many investment properties that are not providing the return that they could be…

Working from home?

The work-from-home experiment during Covid-19 is expected to accelerate an already growing…

Fair Wear and Tear in Rental Properties

This can be a hot topic at the end of a tenancy when the final outgoing inspection is undertaken.

How has Covid-19 impacted the residential rental market?

During March and April we were inundated with calls from worried and struggling tenants requesting that…

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