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  • What To Expect When Leasing in The Wet Season

    It’s no secret that the wet season is that time of year most landlords like to avoid when it comes to leasing, of course there are many reasons for this but have you considered that there might also be some positive aspects of leasing at this time of year? Below … Read more

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  • The Importance of Routine Maintenance in your Investment Property

    The Importance of Routine Maintenance in your Investment Property It is easy to underestimate how important routine maintenance is when it comes to your investment property. When things are ticking over nicely, the tenants are paying rent on time and there are no reports of anything urgent it can be … Read more

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  • Maximising your Marketing!

    What is the secret to marketing success? I can tell you there is none, it is pretty straight forward with just some planning and clever preparation. Here is my 5 Step Process to your marketing success! Step 1 – Presentation Is your property presented to a high standard? Things to look … Read more

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  • How Important Are Routine Inspections?

    Very. Throughout my time in the real estate industry, I have come across many investors with all sorts of preferences and approaches. However, one, in particular, I hear a lot is with regards to routine inspections. It scares me to think that some landlords out there don’t worry about routine … Read more

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  • 10 x Landlord Life Hacks

    1. Choose wisely when Buying. Location/ Type/ROI Think about the location of the property, is it convenient? Does it have easy access to public transport, schools and shops? Think about the demographic of the neighbourhood, look at the rental statistics for that area, is it occupied mostly by home owners … Read more

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  • The Year That Was & The Change In January

    After a solid 12 months in a pretty stagnant Darwin market place I am pleased to report that January 2019 was a positive month for the rental market, although we didn’t see an increase in rental property prices it is clear that tenants are active and looking in the market. … Read more

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  • A Little Ray of Giving 2018

    It’s that time of year again, where silly season descends upon us. The parties, rushing around, shopping, end of year catch ups, gifts, it can be easy to lose sight of what the season really counts for.. Each year we at Ray White Darwin like to give back and do … Read more

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  • How to make your property stand out from the crowd!

    You may have noticed we have over 1300 properties currently available for rent in Darwin at the moment, which can be a daunting fact for many investors in the NT. The good news however, is the Territory is made up of around 70% tenants and 30% owner occupiers. Although combined … Read more

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