Reader Question

“If you have proved yourself to be a good tenant who looks after the rental property, is there any chance the frequency of rental inspections could be reduced after 12 months?” – Carly

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My property inspection frequency

We asked Senior Property Manager with Harcourts Integrity, Tim Nickoll for his advice.

Tim said most owners prefer to have their inspections on a regular basis so they are kept up to date with the condition of the property.

“This not only includes how you are doing with the tenancy, but also to look out for maintenance issues and opportunities to improve the property,” he said.

“Most Landlord Insurance policies also recommend regular inspections so potential issues are raised as early as possible.”

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Tim Nickoll
Tim Nickoll
Senior Property Manager at | tim.n@harcourtsintegrity.com.au | + posts

Tim has always had a passion for working with people and prides himself on his ability to quickly build relationships. Born and bred in Perth, Tim understands the local area and how Perth is growing.

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