by Graham Vercoe, Resort News Reporter 31st January, 2018
As editor emeritus of this wonderful magazine I have spent the first two years of my retirement visiting all the places I desire strictly for enjoyment.
The best bit is that I get to do it as a guest rather [...]
As I have said in previous Resort News articles, and at the risk of stating what to many might seem obvious, the most important piece of advice I can give potential sellers of a management rights business is to [...]
After attending the recent ARAMA Management Rights Industry Expos and listening to expert panelists on the Gold Coast, Sunshine Coast and in Brisbane, the overwhelming message to managers wishing to sell in [...]
by Paul Gaffney, The MBA Partnership 11th January, 2018
When the time comes to sell your management rights business, there are a number of things you can do to help maximise your sale price and ensure a smooth sales process.
Review your letting authorities [...]
by Graham Vercoe, Resort News Reporter 20th December, 2017
Quasi-hotels should be banned under reforms to the regulation of short-term holiday letting in NSW, demands the Accommodation Association of Australia, as the NSW government considers changes to the model for [...]
by Graham Vercoe, Resort News Reporter 29th November, 2017
Queensland’s B&B and Farmstay Committee chairwoman Sue Panuccio, who has run Mt Cotton Guest House with her partner Trevor Penson for 11 years, said B&B owners must like meeting people and be comfortable [...]
Nobody wants their property morphing into the set of a horror film, least of all guests looking for a relaxing getaway.
Hotel room invasions are a very real threat and without a security system in [...]
by Mark Neale, Management Rights Sales 28th November, 2017
As most of you reading this article are well aware it is getting harder to find tenants in Brisbane.
Not only in the CBD though, vacancy rates have been climbing over the last few years in some outer [...]