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  1. Save with property depreciation

    Posted: 15 October 2015

    Every owner of an income producing investment property is eligible for significant taxation benefits in the form of property depreciation. Despite this, according to BMT Tax Depreciation’s Chief Executive Officer Bradley Beer, eighty per cent of property investors fail to claim depreciation and therefore miss out on thousands of dollars. “Investors can generally claim between […]

  2. Condensation and dampness

    Posted: 8 September 2015

    Mould can be a problem if not treated and is one of the biggest issues for owners of residential apartments, constantly having to treat and repaint bathrooms and kitchens.    Condensation dampness occurs when there is an excess of moist air inside a property which can lead to mould if not treated.  More common in the winter months […]

  3. Maintenance of your investment property

    Posted: 10 August 2015

    It is so important to ensure that your property is well maintained and in spotless condition. When items require repair/replacement, the work needs to be carried out immediately.

  4. Smoke Alarms

    Posted: 10 August 2015

    It is the Owner’s responsibility to install smoke alarms in their rental properties. Since 1 August 1997, Victorian law states that smoke alarms (complying with Australian standards AS 3786) must be installed in all homes, units, flats and townhouses.