Letting out your investment property
Buying an investment property will be remembered as one of your most reliable long term financial decisions, So why not maximise your profits by entrusting your investment to Arthur Tsounis Real Estate, Out property management systems and procedures have been in practice for over fifteen years, the system we run our managements though have been tried and tested over this time, and are now even more technologically advanced than ever before.
At Arthur Tsounis Real Estate we specialise in property management with a true ‘hands on approach’. We believe that our wealth of experience in the management of residential and commercial properties is exactly what your investment property needs to achieve higher results.
When it comes to your investment property we understand what is important to you as a Landlord, Profit, Protection, Prompt Service and competitive rates.
So what can we do for your property?
Finding the right resident for your investment is absolutely essential; this is achieved through the careful screening of all applicants through detailed application forms and background checks. This information allows us to make an educated decision based on each applicant’s identification, proof of income, previous rental references as well as employment history.
Keeping in mind current market conditions, on average it takes between ten and twenty days to find a suitable tenant. But it is important to keep in mind the overriding factor that is; we aren’t just looking for any tenant, but for the right resident for your property.
Keeping rental arrears low, payments regular and ensuring the tenant maintains the property in a satisfactory manner are out primary concerns.
Helping you present your property is one of the first steps our office will take in the letting process. We will ensure that your property is ‘rent ready’ prior to advertising; this will prompt a rental return that mirrors the condition of the premises.
In regards to advertising we employ a range of advertising sources to effectively market your property. The aim here is to make information about your property accessible to the right people at the right time. Our advertising methods are flexible and can be tailored to meet your needs. Ask one of our experienced property managers how we can market your property in the most effective way for you.
Renting a property
Finding a rental property can be a daunting task, especially when you find yourself thrown into the deep end of such a competitive market.
That’s why we advertise our vacant properties in a way that is accessible to you day and night with all our listings being published on
<http://www.tsounisrealestate.com.au/> www.tsounisrealestate.com.au, in the
Saturday Sydney Morning Herald and also on our shop front window display.
With detailed descriptions, inspection times, photos and Agent contact details you can get an insiders glimpse of what’s available at your convenience.
As experienced property managers we appreciate the pros and cons of Saturday morning open homes, what suits one house hunter may not be convenient to the next. Therefore our office has set up systems to keep you updated without all the running around. Speak with reception on (02) 9357 1151 to be placed on our in-house contact list, or fill out the ‘rental alerts’ form on our website, its that easy to have the information sent to you each week and a simple ‘stop’ to advise us that you no longer require the call back service.
Whether you are an experience renter, or just new to the idea of renting out a space it’s important to keep up to date with your rights and responsibilities as a tenant. Our property managers are able to keep you up to date with legal and social requirements.
What do you need to get started?
- Ensure that you have prepared a photocopy of 100 points of identification when you apply for a property. (If the ID you have isn’t issued in NSW its advisable to have them certified by a JP)
- Organise your rental references. Your previous agent should have a rental ledger on hand, or you can provide another form of receipt to back up your application.
- Pay slips or banking information are also a handy way of proving your source of income when applying for a property.
- Have a read of the fine print in our Tenancy Application form; this will prepare you with information regarding leaving holding deposits on a property as well as other entry expenses such as bond payments.
- The Renting Guide is a fact sheet supplied by the Office of Fair Trading which illustrates your rights and responsibilities as a tenant. You can source this document on the OFT website, At our office or on our website.
- Have a chat with one of our experienced Property Managers to find the answers to your questions.