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  • How to find the best tenant for your property
  • If you're investing in property to rent out, your main concern will be to buy a property that's in demand from tenants. Once you're the owner, your next concern is finding a suitable tenant. So how should you prepare? Read on to find out… Opt to part furnish your property If you’re battling over whether to furnish your property or not, stop right now. There isn’t a differen... ››› more
  • [21 May 2015]
  • How to ensure you get the perfect tenant for your property
  • When you decide to invest in property to rent out, finding a property that appeals to prospective tenants for the right price is only half the battle. The next thing you need to do is find a tenant for your property. And you don't want just anyone renting out your property. You want to find a trustworthy individual who's going to treat your property with respect and pay their rent on time. S... ››› more
  • [02 February 2015]
  • How to seal the deal and ensure your tenant pays on time, every time
  • Once you start advertising your rental property and you've had droves of potential tenants contact you, you need to decide which tenant to accept. This means you have to seal the deal and ensure your tenant pays on time. Here's how you can to this… If you think your job is done when you’ve found a tenant for your rental property, you’re wrong. To maximise the value of your property in... ››› more
  • [22 May 2013]
  • How to get rid of a ‘bad tenant' legally
  • Many people shy away from making money from rental property because they're scared of all the ‘bad tenant' horror stories they've heard. But, the reality is “the days of bolting doors shut and taking private property from a tenant is past and you'll get yourself in BIG trouble if you try to get rid of a ‘bad tenant' this way,” warns Francois Joubert in Become a Master Property Investor in ... ››› more
  • [22 May 2013]
  • Property owners listen up: To avoid tenant scams, you need to screen tenants correctly
  • With consumers under so much pressure these days, it's hardly surprising that there's been a rise in tenants using identity theft in an effort to avoid paying their landlords, Michelle Dickens, managing director of registered credit bureau TPN told Fin24 earlier this week. “This particular type of fraud is quite common - and what is most concerning is how easy it is to become a victim.” But h... ››› more
  • [20 February 2013]

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