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We Love Rentals Rent or Sell Your Family Home

Should You Rent or Sell Your Family Home?

Whatever the reason, you may be faced with the decision to move away from your family home. Should you sell or should  you retain the property and rent it out? Everyone’s circumstances are different, so there is no one-size-fits-all answer to this question, however here is a list of 10 key considerations to help you…

We Love Rentals Property Managers How To Find Your Perfect Match

Property Managers – How to Find Your Perfect Match

For a small yearly fee, professional property management can save you valuable time, money and headaches, making your investment journey a lot smoother, so finding the perfect property manager is something not to be rushed. In addition, the property management fee is fully tax deductible, so the argument that you can save a few dollars…

We Love Rentals Ultimate Investment Property Checklist

Your Ultimate Investment Property Buying Checklist

There are a lot of things to consider and manage when making the decision to purchase an investment property. Follow our checklist when purchasing your first or next investment property and watch your wealth grow. Set long-term goals Understand why you’re planning to buy that property. Why are you investing – what size portfolio are…

We Love Rentals Treasury Laws Amendment Bill

Treasury Laws Amendment Bill & It’s Impacts on Property Investors

The Treasury Laws Amendment (Housing Tax Integrity) Bill 2017 was introduced into parliament on September 7, 2017 and included legislation changes which will negatively affect residential property investors across Australia. Announced in the 2017 Federal Budget, the amendment denies tax deductions for the decline in value of ‘previously used’ or ‘second hand depreciating assets’ (plant…

We Love Rentals Rental Market Update October 2016

Rental Market Update – How Does Perth Compare?

The latest market snapshot reveals that rental markets were mostly flat across all our capital cities over the September quarter with most rents remaining at the levels recorded over the previous June quarter. However, monthly vacancy rates remain tight overall, despite recent high levels of new residential construction. In a nutshell: Perth rents still falling…

We Love Rentals NAB Commercial Property Survey

NAB Commercial Property Survey

Commercial property professionals continue to be confident over the next two years and sentiment is improving, the NAB Commercial Property Survey for Q3 shows. The NAB Commercial Property Index rose 11 points to +16, with sentiment higher across the four surveyed sectors of Office, Retail, Industrial and CBD Hotels. Market sentiment remained strongest in NSW, which rose…

We Love Rentals CoreLogic November Market Update

CoreLogic November 2016 Housing Market Update

Please find below this month’s CoreLogic housing market update, presented by CoreLogic research director Tim Lawless. “The rate of capital gains remains reasonably strong across the Australian housing market, at least at a macro level.   Based on the October results from the CoreLogic Hedonic Home Value Index, dwelling values moved half a percent higher over the…

Tim Lawless CoreLogic

National Perth Housing Market Update from CoreLogic

Released today, 14th September 2016: Please find below this month’s CoreLogic housing market update, presented by CoreLogic research director Tim Lawless. “The performance of housing markets has been diverse across Australia.  Most capital city housing markets are only showing subtle growth trends, while Sydney and Melbourne have stood out based on their substantially higher rates of capital gains…

We Love Rentals Rental Rates Remain Submerged

Rental Rates Remain Submerged

This article was first published  here at on 16th August 2016.  ————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————- Rental rates showed no signs of lifting last month and are lower still for the 12-month period to July 2016, as the high levels of housing supply begin to take effect. The CoreLogic July Rent Index fell by -0.3 per cent in July to be -0.6 per…