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Residential Tenancy Agreement

August 1, 2018

Landlord Property Management Tenant

A Residential Tenancy Agreement, also known as a lease, is given to a successful applicant of a rental property, by either the agency who is managing it or the landlord. It is a legal contract between the landlord and tenant which can be in either written or verbal form, however it is recommended it be […]

Overview of the rental process for tenants

July 11, 2018

Landlord Property Management Tenant

If a tenant is interested in renting a property, it is highly recommended that they personally attend an Open for Inspections or arrange an appointment to inspect the property, that way they can meet the Property Manager and ask any questions while they are viewing the property. Once they have decided the property suits them, […]

Landlords – Are you meeting your duty of care?

June 29, 2018

Landlord Property Management Tenant

We have compiled a series of questions a landlord needs to consider and perhaps take action on to make sure they are meeting their duty of care and complying with all regulations. Do you have a contractor to check the smoke alarms annualy? It is the law for every home to have a working smoke […]

The Rental Process - What Tenants Can Expect from A Property Manager

May 30, 2018

Landlord Property Management Tenant

Great, quality tenants are sought after by landlords and Real Estate Agencies alike. They look for tenants who pay rent on time, look after the property and stay for the long term. Things you can expect a Property Manager to do are:   Contact all successful and unsuccessful tenants who apply for a rental property If […]

Tenant Hints

April 30, 2018

Property Management Tenant

THE NUMBER OF PEOPLE SEEKING TO RENT A HOME IS A  GROWING TREND, ESPECIALLY WITH THE RISING ENTRY  PRICES OF BUYING/OWNING YOUR OWN HOME. WE SEE  EVIDENCE OF THIS IN THE KOO WEE RUP AND SURROUNDING  COMMUNITIES EVERY DAY. At One Agency Robert Mure we are continuously receiving enquiries regarding whether we have properties for rent or do we know of anything coming up in the near future.  When we do have a property to let, it is often snapped up quickly.             […]