When a tenant provides a notice of intention to vacate, time is of the essence. Use this guide to get the best out of your next vacate.
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Offering a furnished rental property to tenants can demand higher rental yields, but this can be offset by high tenant turnover.
“What happens when the tenancy agreement expires in NSW? Do I have any obligations?“ We asked John Gilmovich for his advice.
"When it comes to utility and service charges, how do I determine who is responsible for what if the property has a separate meter?" (Owner, NSW) We asked MMJ Real Estate Dapto <span class="glossaryLink " style="box-sizing: border-box; border-bottom: 1px dotted; text-decoration-line: none...
“My vacating tenant has told me he’s lost the keys to the property. What are my rights here? Can I ask the tenant to pay for new keys?”
Is changing the locks an unreasonable task or a necessary safety precaution? With many tenants potentially cutting multiple sets of keys to give to partners or family, landlords regularly face the issue of whether or not they should change their...
"My tenant has requested that a telephone line is connected. Is it my responsibility or theirs to have it installed/supplied at the premises?" Owner, NSW
The rental bond is money paid by a tenant as a form of security in the event they breach their tenancy agreement. But as a self-managing landlord, what are your obligations when it comes to taking a bond? Here's...
Ready to self-manage? It's decision time.  As a landlord you can choose to either manage your rental property yourself or have it managed by a property manager.  What to consider:  • Are you aware of your rights and responsibilities as a landlord? •...

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