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Breaking the Lease

What is meant by “breaking the lease”?

A “lease Break” means that the Tenant will be vacating the premises before the Lease end date.

Another easy way to explain a lease break is this:

A lease is just like any other contract it’s a promise between two parties, the owner, and the tenant. The owner promises to provide the premises for a certain time ... Read more »


Should You Rent or Should You Buy?

For many home ownership is a dream. Admittedly, there are far worse goals to have, but this is not something you should rush into.

The most important thing to consider is affordability, now and into the future. You do not want to move into the home only to find yourselves under financial pressure as time goes by. You do not want to be a slave to your home. ... Read more »


Ending a tenancy correctly

With the current rates conditions and home loans becoming more achievable there are many tenancies ending.

Bear in mind that a Tenancy must be concluded correctly in order for there to be no further actions in the future.

Tenancy agreements can only be ended in accordance with the Residential Tenancies and Rooming Accommodation Act 2008 ... Read more »


What do tenants want when looking to lease a house?

It's a question that every property investor and landlord should ask? What features will make prospect tenants trip over themselves to rent?

Although tenant screening is important, having a property with all the right features, makes it easier to find great tenants that ideally stay on for a long period of time.

Here are our top 7 features that good ... Read more »


Be Safe Around Pools This Summer!

With summer almost upon us the need to cool off becomes a necessity, and the swimming pool is an attractive remedy to beat the heat. However, with drowning danger apparent, it is important that everyone takes pool safety seriously.

Following are some tips to ensure that your pool is safe during summer, which could save someone’s life:

1. Ensure there ... Read more »