Where city and country meet, there you’ll find Kellyville.

19th October 2020

Snapshot: Kellyville has 103 properties available for rent and 150 properties for sale. Median property prices over the last year range from $1,295,000 for houses to $825,000 for units. If you are looking for an investment property, consider houses in Kellyville rent out for $650 PW with an annual rental yield of 2.6% and units rent […]

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There may not be an actual castle in Castle Hill, but that doesn’t stop it being suburban royalty.

08th October 2020

SNAPSHOT – Castle Hill has 75 properties available for rent and 126 properties for sale. Median property prices over the last year range from $1,557,500 for houses to $921,000 for units. If you are looking for an investment property, consider houses in Castle Hill rent out for $680 PW with an annual rental yield of […]

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Spring into Shape!

10th September 2020

Scheduling annual home maintenance can save you thousands of dollars in repairs and replacements. And as we move into Spring, it’s a great time to tick a few of these items off the list. 1. Clean the gutters – A gutter clogged with leaves, sticks and other debris can cause a leaky roof or water […]

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Vacancy rate – only 0.75%

07th August 2020

At Pillar Property, we have a rental vacancy rate of only 0.75% and are leasing all properties very quickly for our clients. We are looking for more clients to help and more properties to lease. Please don’t hesitate to contact us with any property management questions.

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11 Renovation Tips

07th October 2020

For the majority of people, a home is much more than a place to live, it’s often their largest investment. The renovation decisions you make today can impact on your future living costs, quality of life and future property value, so you want to make sure you get it right. When you’re planning your renovation […]

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Rental Affordability the best in 13 years

12th August 2020

Rental affordability has improved to its best result in more than a decade, driven by coronavirus-induced rent reductions, according to the latest quarterly report from the Real Estate Institute of Australia. The proportion of income required to meet rent payments decreased to 23.3 percent in the quarter, a decrease of 0.4 percentage points over the […]

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Why routine inspections are important!

07th July 2020

Apart from setting the standard with your tenants, that the property is being checked regularly and thoroughly, there are other good reasons to conduct regular and thorough routines inspections. 1) Getting Insurance claims paid – In the event of an insurance claim, your insurance claim assessor will usually ask the property manager for a copy […]

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Property Orientation – Why it Matters?

11th June 2020

At this time of year, it’s easy to see why a property’s orientation matters. The sun sits lowest in the sky around 21 June and shadows cast by the sun are at their longest. Whether the property you’re considering is a home, investment or business premises, choosing one with the right orientation increases its energy […]

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Why the highest rent may not always be the best rent

15th November 2019

Our role as your property manager is to maximise the rental return on your investment property – however, obtaining the highest rent per week is just one component of ensuring that your investment delivers the expected returns. The term “best rent” refers to the optimum rent that your property can achieve without causing your tenants […]

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Key Property Market Indicators for Capital Growth

30th June 2017

The one factor, above all others, that will determine your long-term future as a property investor is your ability to successfully invest in areas that are poised for  capital growth. It is the real key to creating wealth through property and keeping your banks willing to lend to you. Capital growth helps you build equity […]

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