Australian Home Renovators

Australians are Mad Home Renovators

 Here is a news  article (Courier Mail June 2013)  I picked up when I was in Brisbane

After four years the Sunshine Coast is back on the Radar.  

Have you thought about the next 12 months.

What will you different. ?  Have you taken time out to plan ahead. ?

Here is my to 10 Tips for next financial year.



Do you forget to follow through on important  events ?

Forget to complete tasks ?

Never seem to get off the couch ?

Then your maybe suffering from ....


During the recent rains & flooding did your property manager  call you to stay in touch telling you what happening or better still what had not happen. 

I always like the reassurance that they took a minute to check on my property isn't that what we are paying them for ?

The All Good Phone Call

" Sorry Paul it took so long we have had a few houses flood, Yours is ok, but do you mind if I send the guy around to vacum your cutters after the dry summer, they are probably full of leaves its will cost about $170" 

Sure good thinking.  

She only rang at 2pm that day after some places flooded the night before.

Did  your property manager give your a courtesy call or even an email ??

Have you trained your  manager to call you ?? Or are you like most property owners.. It will be right.

Then when they ring do you reward them by with a thank you note.. 

(Yes Old School but still a winner, when did you last get a thank you note ??)

Or maybe a simple box of chocolate's... 

Would that make you stand out.. 

Or will you be like all the other land lords complain when you get no service... 

Help  them do their job .. They will help you 

Try it  



I have put together a page of some the best resources I have found some are FREE some I paid for. Free Free to share the link with friends.

Here is the link to the Resources page again.

Inside you will find the HIA 2010 report, and much more.



I cannot give  you the formula for success,
but I can give you the formula for failure--which  is: Try to please

Herbert Bayard  Swope

The surest way  not to fail is to determine
to succeed.

Richard Brinsley