Posts Tagged ‘#realestate’

Synergy Changes End of Tenancy Policy

 

Synergy has begun to enforce their stated policy that “whenever a property has a power supply, there must be an account holder who is responsible for paying the account.”  When a tenant is advising Synergy that a tenancy is

ending then a notice is sent to the property (not the property manager) that the power will be disconnected 14 days from the tenancy ending. The … Read the full post »

Quarterly Market Update

Preliminary sales activity in the Perth Metro region has experienced inclining trends during Quarter 1 2018. A total of 2,283 house transactions have settled so far for the quarter at a median house price of $499,000. reiwa.com data suggests that once further transactions settle, total house sales will count close to 5,163 with a median price of approximately $517,000. This would represent … Read the full post »

Great time to fertilise your lawn

Most grasses love our hot summers and have plenty of vigorous growth over this time. Now is the best time to start feeding and preparing your lawn for the coming winter months.  The optimum time to do this is two applications of fertiliser; one in March and one in April/May. (before the weather gets cold)  A fertiliser high in potassium will give your lawn protection … Read the full post »

Do your gutters need cleaning?

It’s fairly easy to tell when your gutters need a clean. Gutters should be able to handle most normal periods of rainfall, so when gutters begin to drip or completely overflow, it’s usually a sign that they need a clean or professional inspection. The most obvious signs your gutters are full, is you can see leaves overflowing out of the gutters and … Read the full post »

Does your portable/wading pool need a fence?

The short answer is Yes! In most states and territories (including WA), a pool requires a fence when it is filled (or capable of being filled) to a depth of 300mm (30cms) or more.

This basically means that most portable pools fall under this legislative requirement and therefore you could be fined for not having a fence around your portable swimming pool.

Portable pools … Read the full post »

Paying your water consumption accounts on time

As a tenant you do not receive your water bill directly from Water Corporation. The landlord or Radi Estates receive the bill, we then invoice you, the tenant for the consumption component of the bill.

Water Corporation invoice customers every 2 months. Each bill consists of 2 parts: the service charge (or water rates) which are the owner’s responsibility; and the water … Read the full post »

Top 5 security tips for your home during holiday season

Holidays should be about rest and recharging, not creating major headaches. If you’re heading out of town, take these simple precautions to keep your home safe and give you peace of mind.

Do yourself a favour and to relieve the tension of possible disaster when you leave your house empty over the holiday period with our top 5 tips.

1. Lock up when … Read the full post »

Do school catchment zones really make a difference to Perth property prices?

Well especially at this time of the year, a lot of the active buyers in the market place who are ready to make a move at the busiest social time of the year, are buyers they normally have a deadline looming. One of the main deadlines in great family areas at this time of year with property moves is around the school … Read the full post »

Helping Tenants Avoid Christmas Disasters

No one wants to be the Grinch who stole the Christmas spirit, but a gentle reminder to our fabulous tenants about festive season safety could help prevent a fire and save both tenants and landlords heartache, loss and even lives.

Please read some of our safety tips to keep you and your family safe throughout the festive season:

CHRISTMAS LIGHTS – A house … Read the full post »