How changes to the residential tenancy act will impact property investors

By Todd Stevens 25 October 2018 | 1 minute read

Leanne Pilkington, managing director at Laing + Simmons and president at Real Estate Institute of NSW joins host Phil Tarrant as they unpack the major changes that investors could face with property in NSW.

Leanne Pilkington

Leanne discusses the who is behind the changes to the tenancy act and how these proposed changes would make it easier for certain tenants to break lease, as well as the current property market and the feasibility of real estate as a career.

With the changes passing the state parliament, Leanne analyses how that will increase the costs of property ownership in NSW and discusses what she would like to see occur in the real estate sector to provide more certainty to investors.

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Property refers to either a tangible or intangible item that an individual or business has legal rights or ownership of, such as houses, cars, stocks or bond certificates.

How changes to the residential tenancy act will impact property investors
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