Rental Adjustments | Sprinkler Ban Lifted

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Rental Adjustments

Reports show most enquiry is received within the first 3 -7 days of a property going online. Generally, prospective tenants are only seriously starting to seek a new property 30 days before their lease expires, due to the process of giving notice while minimising the possibility of paying double rent. Expect an influx of enquiry on your property initially, which tapers off after the first week online. Your property manager will be relaying feedback to you after each home open, and making recommendations on pricing based on market feedback. We strive to achieve the highest possible rental return, whilst aiming to reduce the vacancy period. We know a vacant property isn’t worth a cent and is costing you money. Often applying a 3% rental adjustment can make a huge difference to the enquiry and timeframe of leasing your property.

We offer flexible inspections so that we can capture every possible opportunity to find you a new tenant. We will make recommendations on presentation and I know I’ve said it a few times before….. Consider Pets!!! When a property is marketed as “pets considered” we are finding that we are seeing MORE THAN DOUBLE the amount of prospective tenants coming through the home opens compared to equivalent properties that have “Sorry, no pets”.


Sprinkler Ban Lifted

From 1 September, water restrictions will no longer apply. We have asked our tenants to please test sprinklers and reset reticulation where necessary, to ensure during the upcoming warmer months gardens remain healthy. Check out Water Corporation for your rostered sprinkler days and some water wise tips.


Fun Fact

The most popular street based on realestate.com.au search statistics is Waverley Street, Shenton Park!

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