Top 5 Biggest Mistakes in Property Investment

Let’s face it, we’ve all been there. Whenever we start something new, it’s like entering a strange new world. We don’t really think about the risks (potential or not) and usually just end up exploring out of curiosity. And we make mistakes. We fall, we hurt, we pick ourselves up and move on.

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Top 3 Things to Consider Before Renting Out Your Property

The property market is a tough nut to crack these days, considering that there’re tons of new places (commercial and residential) popping up. It sometimes feels just a little bit overwhelming, a little bit scary, but that’s okay. (Just sounds scary only >_>)

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OTR and OCD Terms of Use

The terms and conditions of this Agreement govern your subscription of the On-Time Rental (“OTR”) services provided by Speedrent Technology Sdn. Bhd. (Company No: 1176587-M) of A-G-23, Eve Suite, 
Jalan PJU 1A/41, Ara Damansara,,47301 Petaling Jaya, Selangor Darul Ehsan, Malaysia (“Speedrent”) or (“SPEEDHOME”), a Malaysian entity, either itself or through its subsidiaries or licensees, via various electronic platforms such as the Speedrent mobile application or any other platforms designated by SPEEDHOME.

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5 Biggest Landlord’s Problems

Being a landlord has its pros and cons and sometimes you need some help with some of the problems you encounter. Thus the main topic of this blog will focus on the cons that landlords are facing. You’ll also get some insights on how to overcome them, so no worries! The cons that are always talked about and almost every landlord would face are high tenant turnover rates, late payments, and organisation. If any of these sound familiar to you then keep on reading. You might find some tips on how to get around them.

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Tenant Eviction: What Is Crucial to Know?

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It is something all of us possibly want to prevent and not be a part of but in reality, tenant eviction does happen and it can get messy at times. The process is not as simple as just texting your tenant to chase them away. It is crucial to ask yourself, “How long does it take to get a tenant evicted?” because it is surely not a stroll in a park.

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What to check before buying a house?

Most people think that buying houses is like shopping. That you shop, try and buy all in one go. But it’s not like that, not really. It’s actually more like buying a second-hand car or place. You gotta check if the car’s been maintained well, if the seat-belts are fine, the engine is fine and – well, you get the point ?

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We Feel You! Landlords!

Being a landlord isn’t easy! Not to mention being a Relaxing Landlord! Have you noticed that it will never be a Two-way relationship between landlord and tenant but Three-way (Including Rental Agent). So, whatever you want to do, you have to go through one unfamiliar person to reach your tenant! Now! Here are the 3 main problems every landlord would’ve faced! See if you encounter any of these!

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Common Rental Violations and How to Deal With Them

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Now that you have become a landlord, there may be a time you will need to face messy situations. Don’t panic if you face a situation where your tenant may have committed a few violations. It is not uncommon and sometimes it could have been by accident. So, before you ask your tenant to pack up and leave, here are some tips to handle rental violations.

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Attracting The Right Tenants To Your Property

A common problem any landlord will face, is finding a good tenant. Good tenants will vary and majority of the time, landlords will have different criteria for tenants. Some are looking for student others maybe working professionals. Regardless, it is good to know what can help in finding the right tenant for you.

 

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7 Things Landlords Should Do To Keep The Property Pest Free

 

The value of one’s property, can go down terribly because of pest infestation. When it comes to your rental, it would sometimes be the deciding factor whether a tenant wants to rent your house or not.

If you have an infestation, you might constantly be dealing with complaints from them, as well as a high tenant turnover rate, which cause unnecessary stress and also will be very expensive in the long run.

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