Property managementWhy spring is the best season to list your rental property
Could that uplifting spring energy help you attract high-calibre tenants in a competitive rental market? We think so. Here are three reasons why spring is a great time for rental listings:
Property managementIs it time to say goodbye to common fees for property management?
Purchasing an investment property can be a great way to build long term wealth however it's important that you understand the varying property management fees and what they are to ensure you're making...
Property managementLandlord pain spotlight (The art of setting and forgetting)
The traditional model of property management makes life way harder than it needs to be, with incessant back-and-forths over email or phone, complicated billing structures, unfiltered requests… But :Di...
Property managementLandlord pain spotlight (How to save on $$$ but not on service)
Many people have the belief that the more you pay, the higher the quality. However this isn't the case with property management. Traditional property management is very profitable due to the high fees...
Property managementThree questions you should always ask your property manager
Deciding the right property manager can be quite difficult after all they're looking after your most expensive asset. Here are 3 questions to help you decide whether to start with them or leave them.
Property managementWhat will the real estate agency of the future look like?
When people think about the future of any industry, they often focus on technology, rather than people. Given that, what role does technology actually play in the real estate industry? And what should...
Property managementWhat you need to know about switching property managers
Changing property managers isn't as difficult or expensive as often believed. Did you know you can change property managers whenever with minimal disturbance to your tenants?
Property managementLandlord pain spotlight (Finding and keeping great tenants)
At :Different we take a two-step approach to leasing: finding you good, high-quality, long-term tenants AND working hard to keep them there.