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    Default Can seller and tenant fake rental yield?

    Do you guys think it is possible for a sellers and tenant for fake or inflat rental yield so as to get a higher selling price for the property.

    ie. having the tenant to agreed to sign a TA with inflated rental and then get a kick back from the landlord after selling the property at a higher price.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ringo33
    Do you guys think it is possible for a sellers and tenant for fake or inflat rental yield so as to get a higher selling price for the property.

    ie. having the tenant to agreed to sign a TA with inflated rental and then get a kick back from the landlord after selling the property at a higher price.
    Yes, and the 'tenant' can just break lease after they managed to dispose at a higher price. Forgo a month deposit is nothing, common

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    To prevent this, just check propertyguru for the advertised rental prices in the condo and surrounding areas. If the tenant is paying way above market price, you can assume that when the tenancy is up, your rental yield will fall.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ringo33
    Do you guys think it is possible for a sellers and tenant for fake or inflat rental yield so as to get a higher selling price for the property.

    ie. having the tenant to agreed to sign a TA with inflated rental and then get a kick back from the landlord after selling the property at a higher price.
    In this era of property investment, where got people look at the yield of the UNIT itself ? Of course take average market rentals.

    The only use of higher rental is that it will make me select the unit if the price is the same as similar units.

    DKSG

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    Quote Originally Posted by DKSG
    In this era of property investment, where got people look at the yield of the UNIT itself ? Of course take average market rentals.

    The only use of higher rental is that it will make me select the unit if the price is the same as similar units.

    DKSG

    people buying with existing tenancy might fall for it though. From a cash flow point of view, it make look attractive.

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