How To Make The Most Money From My Rental Property

Good tenants are a precious commodity. They pay their rent on time, they look after your property and they stick around for a long period of time. But as their situations change, even good tenants (unfortunately) have to move on. So, what can you do to ensure that your property is leased efficiently and for the highest possible return available in the current market? There are three key things you can ensure your Property Manager does in order to give your property the best fighting chance of securing premium return.

1. Professional Photography
This is a must! Showcasing your property in the best possible light provides peace of mind that you have done everything you can to achieve maximum return on your investment. Professional photos will result in your listing getting more attention, and in turn this increases your chances of finding the ideal tenants. This will give you a huge competitive advantage, especially in this current market of increased stock where property owners are finding making their home stand out from the crowd more challenging than ever!

2.Online Marketing
By becoming a featured property on sites such as &, you are ensuring your property remains at the top of the page for your suburb above all standard listings & gets maximum exposure to potential new tenants.

Placing a “For Lease” at your property allows potential tenants instant access through to dedicated mobile rentals website by the use of SMS technology.

“These steps are all inclusive in the management service provided by Calibre as we believe the marketing step in the leasing process is paramount to achieving the best possible outcome”

Quote provided by one of Calibre Real Estate’s Business Development Manager –
Lucy Jones
0412 162 140

If you have a property in Brisbane that you would like to consider engaging in a new property management team for, please feel free to contact the friendly team at Calibre Real Estate (07) 3367 3411. Otherwise, we hope you have found these three top tips on how to achieve premium return on your rental property useful.

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