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Lisa Indge

A combination of property and financial experience that spans more than twelve years ensures that Lisa is well equipped to manage your investment.

Lisa has a particular talent for negotiating deals in tricky situations and focuses on achieving great results for every single client. Her patient but decisive manner means she enjoys working with both owners and tenants and is happy to help resolve any issue.

She offers constructive and accurate advice to her clients and always follows up any queries.

As the Managing Director of the business, Lisa also concentrates on business planning and development for the company. She is always looking at industry innovation in order to keep Let’s Rent at the forefront of the property management sector.

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6 things that can go wrong with property investing - and how to avoid them

No investment is risk free, so the more you know about the less glamorous aspects of being a property owner, the more likely you are to recover if things go wrong. 

03 June 2015 Buying
The 13 things your property manager should be doing

Your property manager should be doing more than just collecting rent on your behalf. 

13 March 2015 Buying
When is it time to let your tenant go?

There are some situations where getting a new tenant is the best thing for you from a financial and time perspective - but other times, even if they're not perfect, you should hang on to them. How do you tell the difference? 

24 February 2015 Research
5 things that annoy your tenants

Your tenants are crucial to maintaining cash flow, so what are the most common gripes that cause tenants to move on?

04 February 2015 Property management
Investors ask: fully furnished investments

Q. I’m thinking of furnishing my one-bedroom apartment in Sydney’s inner west and my three-bedroom house in the Sutherland Shire to increase the rents. Is this approach?

07 February 2014 Buying
Investors ask: Mould

My property manager recently told me that my tenant has found dark-coloured mould in the kitchen, and has asked for it to be fixed. Is this my responsibility, or has the tenant been negligent?

06 December 2013 Research
Investors Ask: Tenant in arrears

 

Q. I’ve recently found out that my tenant is very sick. I know that she isn’t working and she is behind by one week’s rent. I don’t want to make her move out, but I can’t afford to be out of pocket. What should I ask my property manager to do?

07 June 2013 Property management
Investors Ask: Increasing rent

Q. I have a two bedroom unit in Sydneys Inner West.  When would it be appropriate to increase the rent and how should I go about it?

24 May 2013 Research
How to pick a winning rental property

How do you ensure your investment property will be the most sought after by future tenants? Lisa Indge answers some crucial questions

06 March 2012 Buying
How to pick a winning rental property

How do you ensure your investment property will be the most sought after by future tenants? Lisa Indge answers some crucial questions.

01 March 2012 Buying

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