Thinking of starting a career as a Property Manager? Entering a new industry can be daunting, but don’t worry we’ll tell you all you need to know and show you how easy it really is. Step 1: What is a Property Manager? So, your friends and family have agreed, you would be a GREAT Property […]
Did you know there is a Real Estate Award? Are you aware of the changes that came into effect this month? We outline the changes in simple terms. Check your getting what you’re entitled to.
Robyn Woodford, regarded as one of Australia’s Most Trusted Success Mindset Mentor for the Real Estate Industry, shares her advice to the new and younger generation of real estate professionals on how to become a success.
What is your transition strategy for your rent roll in relation to new smoke alarm legislation? The changes to smoke alarm laws in Queensland have been in place for 12 months, and while most owners prefer to wait until the last minute, it’s not a viable strategy for a busy Property Manager with a rent roll to manage. We discuss how to approach landlords for a smooth transition.
Have you a met any rude real estate agents? Or do you completely disagree? We discuss the how and whys and outline 6 top tips to keep you grounded in real estate.
Didn’t think real estate and property in Brisbane could compare to that of Sydney and Melbourne? Think again! Queensland and Brisbane have been anticipating massive growth and it has finally arrived. We discuss how Brisbane is the next hot spot in property.
As a Property Manager, the tenants and landlords you work with can sometimes be difficult. It is for this reason that property managers should be equipped with an array of dispute resolution skills they can tap into at any time. Here are our top 5 dispute resolution techniques any property manager should keep on hand.
Whether you are new to the real estate industry or an experienced agent, you would have heard of agent comparison sites and mixed views on whether they are a worthwhile lead generation tool. We weigh in on the debate and discuss the pros and cons of using these sites, to help you decide if they’re right for you.
You made a big decision to learn something new, in the first few days, you are excited, full of energy and you can deal with everything so efficiently. Then with time passing, your enthusiasm starts to wear off. You sit down with your laptop and stare at those words on your screen and before you know it, you start to fall into asleep. Before long you are in rut – studying has became an unavoidable pressure but you know you can’t give up, your already half way through.