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    Where to buy an affordable CIP in QLD _You got to go regional

    I ended up rambling on in another thread I started (periodic tenanacy in CIP) about how entry level CIP investors, with a medium risk profile, can target small, strategically located towns in QLD for CIP plays. I've simply copied and pasted my ramblings from that thread into here. Simply my...
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    Periodic Tenanacy in Commercial Property_QLD

    Hi Wylie, There are many occassions in life where the truth is stranger than fiction. This is especially the case in small regional towns, at least in QLD anyway. Purchase the undervalued CIP with tenants in situ and through the local RE Agent with a commercial 'contract of sale' that...
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    Periodic Tenanacy in Commercial Property_QLD

    Worked insofar as the rent rises I did make 3 years ago were accepted with 8 weeks notice from me. The thing is this time around i don't want to walk into a legislation 'pothole' and find myself being short changed if I don't follow the due process. What's happened in the past with the tenants...
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    Periodic Tenanacy in Commercial Property_QLD

    There is actually no formal lease and nothing in writing, hence the 'periodic tenancy'. Not having a lease might seem very irregular, especially in CIP, however the CIP I have is located in a small, but growing rapidly, near coastal mining town and of the three tenants I have in the CIP (owned...
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    Periodic Tenanacy in Commercial Property_QLD

    Was curious if anybody could inform me as to what the minimum time requirements are for giving notice to a commercial tenant for a rent rise given the the tenant is under a periodic tenanacy agreement? (QLD) I'm finding it slow going on the web looking for the amswer.
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