On a typical day, property regularly gets rented out to tenants who sign the tenancy agreement. Tenants keep to theRead more
Oh no, your tenant has run off! And what’s worse… outstanding bills because your tenant didn’t pay! Does the deposit even cover it all? Where can I report this? Can leasing get any worse?Read more
Setting your house up for a successful viewing or private tours to prospective buyers can seem like a daunting task.Read more
We can all agree that the never-ending lockdowns in 2020 have caused a lot of drawbacks for various economic sectorsRead more
When you are a landlord, you have several responsibilities along with keeping track of your tenant. You need to beRead more
Good tenants can sometimes seem like a blue moon, hard to come by, and sometimes even harder to secure long-term.Read more
Tips to Avoid Terrible Tenants. Terrible tenants can be the cause of severe headaches to landlords renting out properties forRead more
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.Read more
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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.
Of course, no one wants to face issues if given the chance. But investment is all about risk management. And renting out your apartment comes with its own set of risks.Read more
Stamping your tenancy agreement is the final step in legalising your documents. In order for the tenancy agreement to prove effective during tenure, you must get it stamped at LHDN. But how much will you have to pay for the stamping fee?
How much rent should you ask for as a Landlord?
It’s the era of DIY. Everything you own, there is bound to be a tutorial on how to make it yourself. It costs far less and adds a personal touch. So why aren’t you leasing your property yourself? You can save more & gain free benefit by just leasing it yourself at SPEEDHOME.Read more
The reason why, as a landlord, you’d ask for deposit is for financial security. There’s no telling when damage, theft or disappearing tenant will happen. So the huge sum of cash should be able to cover all the damages right?Read more
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.Read more
You may have heard of it, but aren’t sure what it is… How does subletting work? and what to doRead more
Want a tenant and want it now? We’ve provided a few tooltips along our app. Here is a list as to where you can find them.Read more
Tenant disputes with other tenants. Even the best screenings can’t prevent conflicting lifestyles, so what should you do in this situation?Read more
The rental was fine a year ago, and everything was peachy. The skies were blue, birds were flying…until you got smacked in the face with the fact that the cost of living increased.Read more
Oh no, your tenant has run off! And what’s worse… outstanding bills because your tenant didn’t pay! Does the deposit even cover it all? Where can I report this? Can leasing get any worse than this?Read more
How do you calculate rental yield and ROI? What’s the difference?Read more
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What are the responsibilities of the landlord? Or responsibility, at that?Read more
Finding a good tenant can be difficult. Though, it’s worth it when you find one cause you can rest easy and know that your tenant won’t wreck your property. And pay rent on time.Read more
Your one-stop-landlord guide to the in’s and out’s of renting. If you feel like taking a step into the waters of property or real estate, check this out.Read more
A common problem of every landlord is finding quality tenants. Finding quality tenants is hard and more often than not it’s troublesome and time-consuming. Do you have the same problem of wanting to find a tenant but not finding a quality one? Then you should definitely read this blog!Read more
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 ?Read more
The viewing appointment went great. You and the landlord hit it off well. Now where do you start to finally rent your dream home?Read more
The leap of faith. Committing your life to a mortgage.Read more
Dealing with monthly rental can take a lot of time and effort. That’s why SPEEDHOME helps landlords like you collectRead more
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.
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.Read more