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    Last year, I bought an apartment modelled house intended for business purposes. My plan was to start by this year looking for renters to rent the rooms but the pandemic hit early this year and I’m not getting a lot of income from it yet as I don’t have enough tenants yet too. I see on this post that they were offering to help landlords like me and there are also other companies that offer such. Should I work with such companies to get more revenue for this type of business? Would appreciate all your advice thanks

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    why wouldn’t you?

     

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    Yes, of course. You should consult these type of companies. I mean what about real estate agents. They do have tie-ups or franchises in which they work with. They will definitely assist you. Even I know some real estate agents in Australia. By the way, where did you buy your apartment (in which suburb)?
    I know one of my best friends Naval Aulakh. He is a wonderful guy in Cranbourne associated with Raine & Horne company. You can consult him. I know him very well, so I would not give you any false hope.

    He is also running his website.

    Thanks

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    Ricky | Naval Aulakh Real Estate Agent
    https://navalaulakh.com.au/

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