Investing

07 Feb 2017

How to prepare your house for a valuation

The preparation you do to your property might have a bigger impact on a valuation figure than you think. Here's 4 things you can do to help improve the valuation outcome for your property.

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10 Jun 2015

How to avoid overcapitalising your property

When improvements are made to a property beyond that property's resale value it is known as overcapitalisation. It can cause heartache and debt so it's important to understand what it is and how to avoid it.

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20 Apr 2015

Self-managing your rental property: understand the responsibilities

Investing in and managing property comes with a range of responsibilities. There's lots to consider when it comes to your investment property - including what you'll be responsible for if you self-manage a rental property.

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