Reader Question:

Can a property owner hang around the house that we’re renting from them, if the property is leased through an agent?”

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We asked business development manager at LJ Hooker Gosford, Madeleine Smith for her opinion on this question:

“The short answer is no,” Madeleine said.

“Whether the property is rented privately or through an agent, the same rights to quiet enjoyment apply.”

“There are requirements around access to the premises for various reasons that must be complied with at all times. You can request orders in the form of compensation or right of entry if these are breached.”

To find the best contact for your relevant state or territory, check out Rent.com.au’s Important Numbers page.

We’ll be posting answers to reader questions every week. If you have a question you’d like to see answered here, please send it to marketing@rent.com.au 

madeleine smith
Madeleine Smith
Business Development Manager at | msmith.gosford@ljh.com.au | + posts

Madeleine is an honest and reliable agent, who knows how to listen and understand her client’s needs to manage fair expectations and deliver good results.

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