How much rent can I receive for my property?
To determine how much rent you can charge for your property, we will need to assess the market rent – in other words, how much money similar properties in your area are renting for. We do this using several analytical and data providing systems as well as our strong local market knowledge. Our aim is to get you the highest possible return on your investment whilst reducing the risk of vacancy.
Click here for your Free Rental Appraisal  – we will give you a detailed report on your property and its rental potential.
How much does it cost to change to Property North?
If you want to transfer an already tenanted property from another agency to Property North, there are no transfer costs at all. All we need are a few moments of your time to gather your property details and our property manger will organise the rest. The transfer will be made on your behalf with your old agency. It really couldn’t be any easier.
How do you select the right tenant?
When listing your property we provide high-level exposure through structured marketing campaigns. Promoting your property in a broad range of media to gain maximum interest.
We also conduct open for inspections twice a week (Wed and Sat). Our openings last for 30min, twice as long as most other agency openings ensuring we can capture more potential tenants – giving you the strongest shortlist possible to pick from.
All our potential tenants are extensively background checked using sophisticated tenant screening systems before being put forward to you for final selection.
Can I come to the property inspection?
At Property North we perform inspections every 4-6 months. You are more than welcome to accompany us for this inspection. We understand that you want to ensure your property is being well looked after. We also perform a digital report for each inspection with comprehensive photos and video of your property all of which are available immediately online through your Landlord Portal
How Long is a typical lease?
We recommend 6 or 12 month lease terms. Whilst longer terms can be made, it is difficult to find tenants willing to sign on something longer than 12 months.
There are advantages to both 6 and 12 month options, so please don’t hesitate to contact us to discuss which option will work best for you.
When should/could I increase rent?
During the term of the NSW Tenancy Agreement, rent cannot be increased. Once the lease is expired or coming up to expiry or a new lease is being negotiated, this is the perfect time to discuss a rental review with your property manager – this is something we will insist on discussing, as its important to keep your property up to date with market shifts and obviously give you the best return possible on your investment.