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Why You Should Get Landlord Insurance?

Jul 26, 2018 8:15:52 PM / by admin posted in damage, deposit, Landlord Education and Problem, liability, protection, theft, allianz insurance, Allianz insurance protection, benefit


As a landlord, you will need a specific protection for the unit you are renting out. Apart from the same coverage that your get from your normal housing insurance, a landlord insurance would cover some other things:

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Why Should You Rent A House Instead Of Buying?

Apr 12, 2018 3:42:05 PM / by admin posted in deposit, No Deposit, real-estate, Real Estate, renting a house, Tenant


Owh boy, the age old questions of figuring out if renting a house is better than  buying one. If you talked to any aunty,uncle, amma or appa, they will obviously tell you that owning a house is better, but if we dig deeper, is that really the case?

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Deposit Too High? Rent at Half the Starting Cost

Oct 2, 2017 10:26:29 AM / by admin posted in deposit, leasing without deposit, rental with low deposit rate, Renter Education and Problem, renting a house, Tenant, Tenant FAQ


Perfect rental with reasonable deposit? Seems legit. Especially in the current year of heavier economic burdens, reasonable may not hold the same meaning anymore. But let us tell you something. There’s a way around deposit and we’re going to tell you how.

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Combating Economy Crisis As A Landlord

Sep 24, 2017 10:31:26 AM / by admin posted in deposit, economy crisis, landlord, Landlord Education and Problem, leasing without deposit, real estate price, Real Estate, rental with low deposit rate, renting a house


Have you ever been tempted to charge a higher deposit rate? With the fluctuating fuel prices and rising cost of living, a high deposit rate will just decrease the amount of eligible tenants.

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Upfront Deposit Isn't That Safe Anymore

Sep 23, 2017 9:56:24 AM / by admin posted in deposit, financial security, insurance, insurance or deposit, landlord, Landlord Education and Problem, Landlord FAQ, property safety, Real Estate, allianz


The reason why, as a landlord, you'd ask for deposit is for financial security. There's no telling when damage, theft or disappearing tenant will happen. So the huge sum of cash should be able to cover all the damages right?

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