Avoid the pitfalls of managing your property

Avoid the pitfalls of managing your property

Some landlords enjoy the hands-on nature of managing their own rental portfolio, especially if they have the time and knowledge to avoid the pitfalls.
However, we’re often approached by landlords who have had enough of trying to manage their own properties and want us to do it for them. They’ve recognised that their lack of time and skill is costing them, not just in lost rental income, but also in reduced capital value.

Make a plan for 2024

Make a plan for 2024

If you own a rental property, you are no doubt aware of the Healthy Homes Standards and have more than likely done at least some work to ensure you’re fully compliant.  If a new or renewed tenancy begins on or after 1 July 2021, the property must comply with the...
Angel Property is your trusted partner

Angel Property is your trusted partner

Human beings are naturally predisposed to trust, but we’re not always good at determining who we shouldn’t trust. This is why landlords who manage their own properties sometimes find themselves stuck with nightmare tenants.  Since we set up Angel Property Managers,...
How to have a stress-free holiday

How to have a stress-free holiday

How to have a stress-free holiday  It’s been a stressful year and you’re ready for a break. As you finally start to unwind and relax with family and friends, the last thing you want is the hassle of dealing with missed rent payments.  Overdue or unpaid rent is one of...
Build-to-rent model benefits tenants and investors

Build-to-rent model benefits tenants and investors

The build-to-rent model is well established in the US and taking off in the UK but is just emerging as a viable way to improve housing security for tenants. It involves the development of multi-unit residential buildings as long-term rentals, typically owned by...
What Happens When a Fixed Term Tenancy is Broken?

What Happens When a Fixed Term Tenancy is Broken?

Tenants may wish to end a fixed-term tenancy early for a variety of reasons. However, both landlord and tenant must agree to the break of the tenancy agreement before any new arrangements are made. This includes going over potential expenses incurred, new agreements...