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10 EOFY Tips to Maximize Your Rental Property Returns

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As the end of the fiscal year approaches, landlords should consider how to optimize their rental property investments.

Zac Morgan, head of property management at McGrath Surry Hills, said: “Landlords will be in a great position to understand the opportunities available at the end of the financial year.”

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Through careful planning and informed decision-making, homeowners can achieve greater financial security and build wealth over time, Morgan said.

“By implementing strategic measures and staying informed, landlords can increase rental property returns and achieve long-term financial success,” he said.

Here are Morgan’s year-end tips for homeowners:

1. Review of rental income
Evaluate rental income received throughout the financial year, including rent payments and additional sources of income.

2. Valuation of Deductions
Identify deductible expenses related to rental property, such as property management fees, insurance, and maintenance costs.

3. Depreciation Claims
To maximize your tax deductions, consider claiming depreciation on eligible assets within your rental property, such as the building structure, fixtures, and fittings.

4. Review your insurance
Make sure you have adequate insurance in place for your rental property, including landlord insurance, to protect against potential risks such as property damage, loss of rental income and liability claims.

5. Keep detailed records
Maintain accurate records of all rental-related expenses, income, and transactions to support your claims when filing your taxes.

6. Consult a tax professional
To ensure you comply with all tax laws while maximizing available deductions, seek advice from a tax professional or accountant who specializes in rental property taxation.

7. Consider improving your property
Evaluate potential rental property improvements, such as upgrades, renovations and energy-efficient installations, that may qualify for tax credits.

8. Monitor rental market trends
Understand rental market trends, including rental yields, vacancy rates and tenant preferences, to help inform decisions about rental pricing and property management strategies.

9. Implementation of periodic inspections
Schedule regular inspections of rental properties to assess their condition, address maintenance issues promptly, and ensure tenant satisfaction.

10. Stay up to date
Stay informed of rental property legal, regulatory and tax changes that may affect your investment and seek professional advice where appropriate.

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