Pets or No Pets by Katherine Kruger

Pets or no pets, that is the question! Before allowing tenants to lease your property, you will have to decide on a pet policy. We recommend considering the option of pets prior to advertising your property online for rent. The reasons why we suggest leasing to pet owners, flows from a number of po

The Castle is For Rent!

Rent the serenity … for real Holidaymakers can find out just how the Serenity really is in Bonnie Doon, with the house made famous in The Castle up for rent on Airbnb. It comes as the other well known home from the 1997 film prepares to go under the hammer in Strathmore, Melbourne, tomorrow a

Possums in Perth

Not as rare as you may think, sometimes we receive requests from our tenants to control a wide variety of pests and perhaps the least odious, but possibly the noisiest, are possums. Hearing thumping in the ceiling when you go to bed can be disconcerting, to say the least yet in the Perth metropolit

How to prepare your property for Professional Photography

The key to a great photoshoot is advance preparation. Your online advertisement will either attract or deter prospective tenants. To obtain the best possible light to attract great tenants assisting with achieving the highest rental return – it is always best to clear the clutter out of every

5 ways to avoid spending too much on your renovation

Just like cricket and football, home renovating is now something of a national pastime. Home renovations across the nation topped a whopping $31 billion in 2016[1]. There are countless DIY blogs, YouTube videos and home-beautifying magazines driving the trend. Popular reality TV shows where a bathr

Renters enjoy the Upper Hand

Perth renters are demanding landlords cut rents and buy new furniture to woo them as the number of properties on the market hits an all-time high. Emboldened by a flood of new rental stock and WA’s slowing economy, agents say renters who would have queued for a property two years ago are now negoti

$50,000 Bill After Act of Kindness

A good Samaritan who rented her house to a homeless mother of six is facing a damage bill estimated at $50,000. Allison Newnham was working in London three years ago when she heard of the single mother living in a car with her six children in WA because no one would rent her family a home. Moved by

Resolving common rental issues

Renting, rather than owning, can offer those who opt to do so the sort of flexibility that is often not available to those who own and maintain their own family home or investment property. However, it isn’t always plain sailing for tenants who rely on landlords or agents to respond to issues quick

How to Use Technology to Secure Tenants FAST!

If you’re looking at leasing your home or rental investment property in the Perth market of 2017, things look a whole lot different than they did even just a decade ago. Today technology plays a pivotal role in leasing property. Abel Property Investor Service Manager Katherine Kruger says there is

Importance of Trusting Your Agent

Trusting your agent’s advice means you don’t waste time and money considering alternate solutions which inevitably cost you more physically, emotionally and financially. Once an Agent has established your trust you will: Feel confident in your decision making; Have less stress in life and more pea


Thinking of selling or leasing your property?

Arrange your Market Appraisal
Copyright © 2017 Abel Property  |  powered by  |  Designed and built by

Terms Of Use | Privacy Policy | Disclaimer