Reader Question

I don’t think the condition report I’ve been given at the beginning of my tenancy is accurate. What should I do?” – Helen

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We asked Principal/Business Manager at Ray White Leading Edge, Tricia Gilbert for her advice.

“You have 7 days from the date you received it to add any amendments to the property condition report you do not agree with,” Tricia said.

“If you feel there are too many errors and it is within the time frame, I would suggest asking your Property Manager to attend your property.”

Tricia said this will let you address your concerns with them and go through the report together.

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Tricia Gilbert
Tricia Gilbert
Principal, Licensee and Property Manager at | 0410 400 015 | info@nextlevel1.com.au

Tricia Gilbert is the Principal, Licensee and Property Manager of Next Level Property Management & Sales in Joondalup, Western Australia. Tricia has worked with Next Level since 2019 and was formerly the Principal and Business Development Manager with Ray White Leading Edge in Clarkson. She is a Certified Practising Real Estate Agent (CPREA). Tricia holds a Triennial Licence and Property Management Licence issued by the WA Department of Commerce. In 2014, Tricia won Property Manager of the Year - WA Metropolitan at the annual Ray White Awards.