Whilst finding a new home is an exciting experience, the process of actually moving into it can be very stressful. Even the most organised of people may find it challenging to sort through and pack away every single item they own. Here are some top tips on how to make this situation less daunting and have a hassle-free house move. Ask for help When preparing for a move, many people struggle to delegate; this may be because they believe they can do a better job of packing by themselves or because they don't want to burden anyone else with this task.
Properties, such as apartment blocks, that have units owned by different people usually have body corporate agencies that oversee the management of the property. Such body corporate entities are usually contacted for approval in case one of the owners wants to alter a common property, such as a section of the lawn. This article discusses some of the questions that body corporate managers may consider before granting your request to modify commonly owned segments of the property.
You thought, when you hired your staff, that you were hiring the most competent adults for the job, and to a point, this is true. However, there is nothing guaranteed to reduce your staff to childlike behaviour faster than a dirty kitchen. Petty squabbling can degenerate to World War 3 quickly when adults take umbrage at dishes left constantly in the sink. However, the hiring of a commercial cleaning service could quickly stop some personality types dead in their tracks.
Retirement homes are ideal for seniors living in big houses, especially since they may find it harder to maintain them like before. But despite the attractiveness of independent living retirement homes, many seniors refrain from this decision because of common misconceptions about them. This guide debunks some misconceptions you may have about moving into independent living retirement homes. Losing Independence By Living In Retirement Homes Many seniors refrain from moving into retirement homes because of their mistaken belief that they will lose their sense of independence.
Some tenants can prove to be more troublesome than others. If you've decided to hire a property management company to handle the tenant finding process for your investment property, you'll naturally want them to do everything in their power to find you the best possible renter who's unlikely to give you much trouble. This guide helps you with the types of tenants you'll want your property manager to avoid at all costs.
Hi, my name is Molly. I have been a property owner since my grandma died when I was eighteen, and I inherited a rental property. Over the years, I have managed that property very successfully, and about ten years ago, I started adding to my collection. While I would definitely say that the investment property game is not a get-rich-quick scheme, it can make lucrative money. To help others who are interested in getting into the game, I have decided to start a blog. Here, I am going to share insider tips, experiences and ideas. Get comfortable and feel free to explore!