What Every Property Manager Should Look for in Management Applications

Posted on: 20 July 2015

If you are property manager you may already know the importance of being organized and keeping updated on issues with the property. This can get challenging if you have more than one property to manage. In these cases, you may find yourself looking at a phone or tablet application that will help. Before you grab the first available free option, consider the following points you should look for in a management application.
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Five Essential Items You Need When Moving into a Furnished Apartment With Kids

Posted on: 5 June 2015

Moving into a furnished apartment, like those you can find through Adelaide Dresscircle Apartments, means you don't have to worry about buying or transporting furniture, but all of the beautiful furniture in your flat can be a liability if you have super active, accident-prone children. Luckily, you can protect the furniture in a furnished flat fairly easily. You just have to be willing to invest a little money into a few protective items.
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3 Nifty Ideas to Make Rentals Cheap Without Having a Flat Mate

Posted on: 3 June 2015

With the average weekly rent for a one-bedroom in Australia hovering around the $350 to $450 mark, it's no secret that real estate doesn't come cheap. Finding cheap rentals in any of the major cities isn't an easy task and some would even say it's impossible. That's why many young professionals and students live with flat mates to reduce the burden of high rents and utilities. Sharing a home can be fun, but there are times when you would rather live alone.
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Buying a Transportable Home: Financial Aspects to Consider

Posted on: 21 May 2015

A transportable home is an ideal real estate investment and there are diverse benefits attached to choosing this type of property for residential use. The initial cost of purchase and installation is significantly lower compared to stationary homes. In addition, the speed of construction is exceptional and you can relocate the home in the future instead of moving into a new building. There are different factors to consider when buying a transportable home, but the primary concern should be the financial aspects.
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