Getting more bang for your buck!!
You’ve made the decision to sell your investment property.
It has been managed well and giving you good returns so you’ve had peace of mind.
You want things to run smoothly, don’t you?
Does this sound like the sort of outcome you would want?
You really need to consider this!
I have been involved with a few owners over these past few months who own tenanted properties and are wanting to sell. However what has become patently obvious is the inability to present them to the market in the best possible light. Tenants have the right to refuse internal photographs which may include their personal possessions. Now, I do understand that. Or they are so messy, it’s not worth it! However its your property so when you want to sell, you do NOT want anything to reduce your chances of getting a great outcome.
I am recommending to all my investor owners to have their properties professionally photographed when they are between tenants. These photos can be used to re-let the property but unless you are making changes to the building during the tenancy (and that is usually unlikely), they can then be used when you sell. I have followed my own advice and for a couple of situations, my owners are wishing they had done the same.
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