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PORTFOLIO UPDATE: Why a Kingston property is giving Phil grief

By Phillip Tarrant 06 August 2020 | 1 minute read

The Smart Property Investment portfolio is doing well in terms of capital growth, but it’s somewhat lacking on the cash flow front. What can be done to decrease expenses and increase revenue?

Steve Waters

In this in-depth look at the Smart Property Investment portfolio, host Phil Tarrant and Steve Waters from Right Property Group break down why a particular property is underperforming, who is to blame, and how they plan to turn it around.

They also discuss what to be aware of when purchasing a two-storey house, how to establish a good relationship with your property manager, and how to go about negotiating rates with a lender.

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