If you rent a property in Australia, you're probably going to encounter routine rental inspections. These inspections can cause stress because many tenants don't know what's expected of them.
Mould outbreaks are ravaging Australian homes and damaging contents. But if you're renting, who is responsible for cleaning it up?
A great rental application is key to getting the property you want. Once your ID and background checks are done, your references can make or break the deal.
A pest infestation in a rental property can cause problems for both tenants and landlords - especially when pest control is required to manage the situation.
Feeling frustrated and stressed is normal when you find out your landlord's selling up. But don't panic. Here's what you need to know about your rights and obligations as a tenant.
If your lease is coming up for renewal, it's worth considering how you want to continue your rental agreement. If you're planning to roll onto periodic, here's what you should know:
Applying for a property can be as competitive as applying for a job, so it's worth approaching your Renter Resume in much the same way.
But how long should it take for the rental application to be approved or processed? And when is it acceptable to follow up on the property?
Completing your Renter Resume? If you've been asked for your Medicare Individual Reference Number, here's how to find it. 
Time to get down to the nitty-gritty financials – the rental bond. So what is it, and how does it work? Are there options if you can't afford to pay the bond...