July 15, 19 by Evan Thornley
When we talk with our clients about what they expect from us, the number one request is “make sure you get me trustworthy tenants”. So this is a passion for us. And, as you might expect from LongView, we approach this with a mix of art and science – using people and data skills to ensure we get it right. And unique processes.
There’s no doubt that Property Investors were at the centre of much of the debate surrounding this election. But what does it actually mean? Now that we know that many of the uncertainties around property tax have been resolved, what does this mean for the future of property market and why?
May 15, 19 by Ursula Drake
This month we’re welcoming back the founder of Interface Property, Cath Stubbings. We're very exciting to have Cath back with us, so that we can all share in her wealth of knowledge and experience. We sat down with her to ask a few questions about her return to LongView.
Many property investors have seen big increases – some up to a doubling - in the Victorian land tax assessed this year compared to prior assessments. We are talking to many of our clients to help them decide what, if anything, they can do about that and what implications it may have for how they think about their property portfolio.
Our Executive Chair and Co-founder Evan Thornley recently sat down to record a Podcast on our views on Airbnb. More specifically, which properties might be better suited in Airbnb than traditional rent. It's exactly not the answer you might suspect... Take a listen below.
As most property investors will be aware the Opposition has announced policies which would result in a number of significant changes to tax arrangements applicable to property investment if they are elected to Government. Our advice: Don't Panic!
The real estate agents of the land will be toasting the departure of upstart disruptor Purplebricks who are packing up and going home to Britain. Crisis over. No more nasty TV commercials playing to a nations’ already healthy distrust of traditional agents.
One of the first questions a client asks when they want to lease their property is: "How quickly can you find tenants and what is the recommended rental price?" There are not many times we have been asked to explain how we will market their rental property. Is there a benefit to better marketing for rental properties?
February 23, 19 by Evan Thornley