Property Management

Hamilton Real Estate and Property Newcastle Suburb Profile

Boasting a vibrant, multicultural atmosphere providing an array of restaurants, retail, fashion and commercial outlets along with day-to-day services such as pharmacies, banks, florists, and hairdressers, Hamilton is located 4 kilometres (2.5 mi) from Newcastle’s central business district. Centred around Beaumont St, the main commercial precinct, Hamilton is bounded by the railway line in the…Read More→

The Importance of a Floor Plan

Are you selling or leasing your property? You can trust your real estate agent to show off your property at its best. Don’t houses feel fresh when they’re empty? Aren’t apartments seductive with the latest and most fashionable showroom furniture? Those professional photographs are what will make your prospective buyer or renter fall in love…Read More→

Why Newcastle?

So the question is Why Newcastle? If you’re already living here and/or own a property here you know that it is an easy question to answer – the quick response from those in the know is Why Not? Newcastle is located approximately 160 km north of Sydney at the mouth of the Hunter River. But…Read More→

Common reasons why people are Changing Agents

In life most relationships have their ‘ups and downs’ and this is no different in the Real Estate Industry between Landlords & Newcastle Property Managers.   Some common reasons for the relationship to breakdown between real estate agencies and Landlords is because someone is unhappy. Unhappiness can be caused by ‘poor service’, communication break downs,…Read More→

Changing agents is as easy as 1, 2, 3

Like all relationships, the one between landlord and manager doesn’t always run smoothly – and sometimes the landlord wants “out”. Sometimes the Agent is not providing the service you may expect. A few reasons we have heard over the years about why landlords change agents are as follows; Lack of service they were getting, not…Read More→

5 Ways to be an Excellent Tenant

1. Pay rent on time! Number one is very obvious! Some tenants forget to pay rent when they first move in after their first two initial weeks in used. We recommend setting up a direct debit. 2. Take care of the property Take even better care of the property, than if it was your own….Read More→

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