Tag: moving

How to find a rental property online

Looking for a new home online? Rent.com.au makes the rental property search simple, letting you search within specific suburbs and price points to browse through houses and apartments for lease.

How much do you know about your tenancy history?

Ready to apply for your next property? Here are Rent.com.au's hot tips to help you secure your dream home with minimal fuss and jump...

Steps to take when your tenant gives notice to vacate

As a self-managing landlord, it's important for you to be proactive to reduce confrontation and headaches, but also move new tenants into your house without losing weeks of rent. 

Rental applications – What happens after you apply?

Submitted a rental property application and started the waiting process? You might be wondering how long it takes to process your application and when you'll get an answer.

Your step-by-step guide to end of lease cleaning

The trick to a hassle-free exit from your lease is organising your cleaning regime within a proper timeframe. Use these tips to make your next bond clean a success.

Can I apply for a rental without viewing it first?

"Is it possible to apply for a rental property without viewing it in person? I work full time and can’t make viewings during the day."

The pros and cons of periodic agreements

Navigating the Australian rental market isn't easy. If your lease is coming up for renewal, you need to determine whether you're looking for a...

No rental history – How to get a rental property

Renting for the first time? If you're starting to apply for properties but don't have rental history to back you up, here's how to show you'll be a great tenant.

Australia’s most (and least) romantic street names

Love has inspired countless selfless gestures and works of art over the years. But have you thought about its influence on our street and...

How to hack your house move in 8 steps

Hack your house move with these 8 steps. Hire a moving truck and supplies, pack heavy things first and make the entire experience that much easier.