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16 d16 daussietaaussieta posted:
Tenant with Pets

rented house for 2 years
after we moved in
took us 2 years to get rid of the fleas
had to replace the whole house of brand new carpet. (installed day before tenant…

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17 d17 dkarcher.cckarcher.cc posted:
Tenant with Pets

I had the tenants sign a pet clause (as suggested by the RE agent.)

SPECIAL CONDITIONS - PET CLAUSE

Property:

Tenants:

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24 d24 dSethorSethor posted:
Trust owns your property

There is no simple example to say its beneficial or not, it really depends on your situation. I would recommend speaking to your accountant. Trusts can be beneficial for asset…

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24 d24 dSaveH2OSaveH2O posted:
Coastal Home Insurance

That is a very long coastline with a variety of more intensive future risks in different regions.
North of Brisbane, risks include an increasing frequency of stronger cyclones gradually making…

Coastal Home Insurance
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24 d24 dbuilding-expertbuilding-expert posted:
Coastal Home Insurance

You need to read the policy very carefully but I can tell you that natural calamities such as seal level rise or actions of the sea and tsunamis are excluded…

Coastal Home Insurance
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3 months3 monthsSoph2Soph2 posted:
Type of build for Investment

I was a tenant for many years before we built our first home last year. We rent for almost 24yrs & our last place we lived in the rental for…

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3 months3 monthsgillybeangillybean posted:
Type of build for Investment

Also, for rental don’t be upgrading anything, go the minimum fittings, floor coverings, blinds etc. When the time comes to sell you can spend some money replacing all those and…

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3 months3 monthsgillybeangillybean posted:
Type of build for Investment

Purely for rental sake go minimum of 4 beds 2 living. As far as wide or long, for rental doesn’t really matter, but I’d be choosing one over the other…

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3 months3 monthsIamSAMIamSAM posted:
Type of build for Investment

wide is better
what type of rental customers you expect to get (depending upon the area)? - if good school district, family oriented locality then living spaces + 3 bed should…

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