- aaabbbcccParticipant@aaabbbcccJoin Date: 2009Post Count: 71
I wanted to gauge peoples opinions on this particular property…
It has had about 4000 people visit the link through realestate.com.au but it's still not sold… Is there something wrong with this type of IP?
Opinions appreciated.maree_bradrossMember@maree_bradrossJoin Date: 2007Post Count: 401
why is it an investment only? is it motel type accommodation?thecrestParticipant@thecrestJoin Date: 2004Post Count: 992
Looks like a managed serviced apartment due to conference facility & restaurant etc. or perhaps a converted motel.
Ad doesn't address the obvious questions about nett rent after management expenses, availability of income records, who manages, age, parking, . Needs split aircon system in lounge and kitchen. Overall blurb Too brief. Presents OK otherwise.
Are you the seller, what's your interest ?
thecrestgod_of_moneyParticipant@god_of_moneyJoin Date: 2008Post Count: 970
R U A SELLER?
Declare your interest pleaseaaabbbcccParticipant@aaabbbcccJoin Date: 2009Post Count: 71
I'm a buyer, not a seller.
My wife and I have been looking for an IP for about 6 months, but we keep swinging between 3BM houses on large blocks, or cheaper units/apartments with reasonable yields.
Also what are people's opinions on inner-city apartments? From what I can see on realestate.com.au the yields are fairly high, but I'm obviously missing something because there are HEAPS for sale…
Cheers,AlaisterParticipant@alaisterJoin Date: 2008Post Count: 8
You would def want to call up and find out how much all the outgoings and strata are. The rental income seems high however i think outgoings will be very high also making the investment not as attractive as it initially looks.diggerdigzitMember@diggerdigzitJoin Date: 2009Post Count: 49god_of_money wrote:
R U A SELLER?
Declare your interest please
why, are you like the forum police or something and also it's RUDE TO SHOUTducksterParticipant@ducksterJoin Date: 2004Post Count: 1,674
It is a serviced apartment complex you book in for the night . It probably incurs high management fees for you the owner .
see http://www.questknox.com.au/index.site.home.property.21.htmlDWolfeParticipant@dwolfeJoin Date: 2009Post Count: 1,253
I just thought I'd put in my 2 cents.
I don't know how much demand there will be also as the quest (previous post) seems to be newer and in a better location. Mountain HWY is before the major shopping centre in Wantirna South, Cnr Burwood HWY and Stud Rd. Ask a lot of of questions on this one especially why they are selling. I would also ask about vacancy rates and ask to see any information they have on current bookings. Sometimes overnight accommodation can be booked on better views, away from rd etc not neccessarily in a rotation. There will probably be a limited amount of control you will have over this IP so if you are cool with all of this look into it further. But hey I like big Blocks.
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