Property Renting Tip #5: Rental Rate

Would you rather accept a lower than expected rental or leave the rental unit vacant when you are not able to find a Tenant who can pay your expected rental? Besides looking at the rental yield, which is dependent on the purchase price, another element to help in making such a decision is to understand…

Have Industrial Property Prices Spiraled Out of Control?

By Mr. Propwise While everyone (including the government) has focused their attention on the residential market, one segment that has gone through the roof is industrial property. In 3Q2012 the Industrial Property Price Index registered a stunning 8.8% quarter-on-quarter growth to hit 183.3, an all-time high. This was the twelfth quarter of growth, and unlike…