Owners of investment properties mostly rent out their apartment for passive income or to service part of their mortgage payment. Owners of only one property can also become a landlord by subletting their spare rooms for extra income.
In Singapore, there are many rules and regulations governing the renting of properties. Flouting any rules may even result in detrimental consequences eg. HDB taking back your flat.
There are many factors to consider when renting out a property.
How much can your property fetch
Cost of renting out your property
Tenancy Agreement to protect landlord's interest
Minimise the transition period between outgoing and incoming tenant
Renting your property to the right tenant
Furnishing your property
It can be very time consuming and sometimes even frustrating to deal with difficult tenants on top of your daily work obligations. Leave all the work with me and all you need to do is to receive your rental income.
Most tenants in Singapore are expatriates or overseas students who are looking for a convenient place to rent near their workplace or home.
Being unfamiliar to a new country, It is common for tenants to miss out on better properties. Let me help you look for a property that best suits your needs and also guide you along on the whole process of getting a new place to stay in Singapore.