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Help for Home Sellers

October 13, 2018

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Everybody’s heard of “Caveat Emptor” which means “Buyer Beware”. But, in the current world of real estate, we’ve moved to a world of “Caveat Venditor” which means “Seller Beware”. Neil Jenman Contact us for a free (no obligation) copy of the booklet containing 184 helpful hints.

Help for Home Sellers

October 9, 2018

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The agent might quote you a big price for your home when trying to win your business. But unless the agent is prepared to write out a cheque for that amount, then their quote is really meaningless. Neil Jenman Contact us for a free (no obligation) copy of the booklet containing 184 helpful hints.

Help for Home Sellers

October 5, 2018

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Don’t let agents advertise your home at a low price that you don’t want. You’ll just attract buyers at a low price that you don’t want! Neil Jenman Contact us for a free (no obligation) copy of the booklet containing 184 helpful hints.

Help for Home Sellers

October 1, 2018

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Ask yourself: Would you buy a home from this agent? Neil Jenman. Contact us for a free (no obligation) copy of the booklet containing 184 helpful hints.

Your New Family Home Awaits!

September 27, 2018

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Take a walk through our brilliant 3 bedroom home in Carina Heights! Located in a quite street and only minutes from the Westfield Carindale Shopping Centre this well appointed 3 bedroom property will not disappoint! With an entertainers veranda and fully fenced yard this property is ready for its new family to make it a […]

Help for Home Sellers

September 24, 2018

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There are three prices for every home: First, what the sellers would love to receive. Second, what the buyers would love to pay. And third, what the home eventually sells for – often somewhere in the middle. Neil Jenman. Contact us for a free (no obligation) copy of the booklet containing 184 helpful hints.

Tradie Treasure!

September 14, 2018

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Take a walk through one of our newest rental properties! 8 Murarrie Road is a fantastic 3 bedroom home that will not disappoint! Store your tools at ease in this brilliant double lock up garage with drive through + dual street access and of course you can’t forget the fully fenced back yard perfect for […]

Family home in quiet cul-de-sac location

September 11, 2018

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Take a walkthough this delightful family home> Spacious 3 bedroom home with 2 bathrooms and double lock-up garage. Open for inspection at a time to suit you.

Vacancy rates - Thousands of rental properties across Brisbane empty

September 11, 2018

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With the current vacancy rate in Brisbane, the amount of income being lost by Landlords is staggering! Our statistics are some of the lowest in the industry meaning lour landlords receive a better R.O.I. If your are interested in making sure you get the best occupancy rates and the most profit, give us a call […]

Professional Marketing starts Friday. Buyers Club will receive details during the week.

September 3, 2018

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Another brand new listing that our Buyers Club will get the details first -

August 28, 2018

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When location matters

August 20, 2018

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Details here – http://www.timaltass.com/listings/residential_sale-1579095-bulimba/

Balmoral Townhouse for sale - sneak preview video

August 20, 2018

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Here is a sneak preview at one of our latest listings More details – http://www.timaltass.com/listings/residential_sale-1429533-balmoral/

Big house for rent? How to avoid “Share houses”

May 5, 2017

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By Keith Windle Whilst the obvious answer to avoiding a share house is “don’t accept an application that has multiple tenants”, it isn’t quite as simple as this. The important thing to think of is “what will happen after the tenants move in”. Let’s say you rent out your 5 bedroom house to a lovely […]

Brisbane Property Market Buzzing with the Largest Price Falls Since 2011. Huh?

April 26, 2017

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By Keith Windle Is it any wonder that nobody can get an accurate view on the Brisbane Property Market? Earlier this month, the media wrote 2 confusing articles just 9 days apart. On the 11th April, an article was published titled “Brisbane property market buzzing as $29m in houses trades hands”. The article went on […]

How to buy cheaper (and sell higher)

February 8, 2017

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Here is a way that is virtually guaranteed to save you thousands when buying and selling real estate – Ask the selling agent “What will they  take?”, “What offers have they had ?”, “What do you think it’s worth?” and “Why are they selling?” It’s amazing how many times you can find out important and […]

A Wise Man Once Said...

January 18, 2017

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By Keith Windle A wise man once said “the best predictor of future behaviour is past behaviour”. With this in mind, we find it strange just how many of our tenants move out of our rental property and into another one, without the new property manager contacting us. Naturally you would think the first thing […]

Maintaining the Investment

January 11, 2017

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Maintaining the Investment By Peter O’Malley There are some realities about owning & managing an investment property that landlords should accept before they become landlords. If not, the investment property that was meant to serve you as a rock solid performer can cause unwanted expenses, energy and stress. It is commonly accepted that tenants on […]

FISHING TIPS FOR LANDLORDS

January 4, 2017

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FISHING TIPS FOR LANDLORDS By Jim Grigoriou When trying to attract a super tenant make sure that you use good bait. Generally we have noticed that the tenants you attract are as good as the property you’re offering. Nice people want to live in nice properties, not dumps. Experience also shows us that owners who keep rent […]

Rentals Open For Inspections – The Good and the Bad

December 28, 2016

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Rentals Open For Inspections – The Good and the Bad By Keith Windle In today’s real estate market, it’s common to see rental properties “Open For Inspection” when the property manager is looking for a new tenant. While there are some good reasons for doing this, unfortunately there are also some bad. The good points […]