1. The team at Inglis are proud to offer a distinctive service when it comes to property management. With decades of experience in the industry, our property managers have the know-how and expertise to oversee a wide variety of property management needs. Our Senior Property Manager, Fia Foglia, has over 17 years experience in the industry, and is a long-standing team member, having been with Inglis for 7 years.

    Our team stands apart with our personalised approach to property management, and are committed to providing a one-on-one service to all of our clients. With a range of expertise on team Inglis, clients can find the team member who is right for them, to take care of their entire property portfolio. From Bowral to Macquarie Fields and everywhere in between, our team are more than happy to travel for our clients.

    For those interested in the rental market, we have a wide range of properties available for lease at the moment. From brand new homes in Oran Park, to granny flats and four-bedders in Narellan, we have something for every lifestyle.

    Recent changes to legislation in NSW have introduced a new register for asbestos-affected properties. According to NSW Fair Trading, the new law falls under the Home Building Act 1989 and establishes a ‘publicly available Loose-Fill Asbestos Insulation Register.’ Earmarked properties include the following:
    ‘NSW premises where the presence of loose-fill asbestos insulation has been confirmed; and
    NSW premises where the Government is satisfied that there is substantial evidence that loose-fill asbestos insulation is present at the premises.’
    NSW Fair Trading note that the identity of owners and residents will not be disclosed on the Register.

    If you think this new legislation may affect you, you can learn more here.

    Anyone involved in the property market, be it renters or home-owners, will know that the current climate is changing. Prices and the length of time properties spend on the market are both increasing. That’s not to say that investors should be discouraged from property investment ventures. However, they should strongly consider their potential return on investment and weigh this against the increased amount of time, energy and risk involved. Particularly when you consider that the ball appears to be in the court of tenants at the moment, with an oversupply of rental properties and a lack of demand. This is forcing landlords to drop prices in some areas, in order to capture market interest. Senior Property Manager, Fia Foglia, spoke to Domain recently about the current pressure on landlords. You can read the article here.

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