In an earlier blog post dated, 16 July 2018, we discussed about inventory issues in rental disputes and how best to protect yourself as an agent, landlord or tenant. In short, it really boils down to documentation and communication between the agent, landlord and tenant throughout the tenancy. As we talked to many agents, landlords…
By paying off a 99-year leasehold property in 25-30 years, you are essentially prepaying the remaining lease period of 60-70 years for your descendants during your lifetime.
Despite more landlords are using the Do-It-Yourself (“DIY”) services offered by various portals in recent years, real estate agents still have many important skills to offer.
Inventory issues are one of the most common reasons for tenancy disputes. When the condition of items at the start of a tenancy are not well documented and there is dispute at the end, how does the tenant or landlord protect himself? The tenant might have replaced an expensive Samsung television with a cheaper brand…
To keep yourself on your toes and improve year-on-year, it is extremely important to know what is working and what is not. These are some performance metrics that can help you to analyse your performance quantitatively year-on-year.
The en bloc market has been red-hot since 2017 and shows no sign of abating in 2018. Here are 3 strategies to help you in taking advantage of en bloc market fever.
With recent upturn, some of your private property clients are looking to sell may have become more demanding in their asking prices. Here are 6 key messages to you bridge the expectations gap between your buyer and seller.
Up to 75% of a real estate agent’s business can be derived from word-of-mouth and referrals. So what are the 4 most desirable traits of a real estate agent to succeed in this industry?
Getting your leads via referrals is the holy grail in the real estate profession for many reasons. Getting repeat business and referrals from existing clients can be cheaper than online advertising. Here are 3 ways you can increase customer engagement.
You may find it odd that some of your friends are choosing to rent their homes although they can afford to buy their own place. So which is better? Buying or renting?