Attracting good tenants would have to be one of the main challenges that any property investor faces. First impressions of the property not only help to get potential tenants interested enough to submit an application, but it also helps to get you the top rental price available for your suburb of choice.
Many investment properties are bought at the lower end of the market as is to be expected, with investors looking to capitalise on returns in the long run.
The problem here is that it often brings with it a lower quality of property that looks and sometimes smells like a rental property, not one that someone would pay top dollar to call home.
Your ideal tenant is going to be one that takes pride in your property and will take care of it as their home.
Of course, this doesn’t necessarily mean that you have to spend thousands…
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