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RentBond – The smart way to pay your rental bond

RentBond, Rent.com.au's bond finance solution for renters has changed to make securing your next rental property easier. This article on RentBond will discuss: The story behind RentBond; ...

Way Forward for Tenants Facing Family Violence

New tenancy laws to assist Western Australian renters affected by family and domestic violence are now in force. The new laws which came into effect...

What is a rental bond and how does it work?

Time to get down to the nitty-gritty financials – the rental bond. So what is it, and how does it work? Are there options...

Who is responsible for lightbulbs? Renters or landlords?

"As a tenant in SA, what happens when my lightbulbs stop working at home?" (Tenant, SA) Lights and your rental We asked Adriana at DIY Property Management for her advice: "In...

The repairs cost more than my tenant’s bond: What now?

“What happens if the cost of repairs to my investment property is higher than the bond the tenant has paid?” (Owner, WA) When repairs cost...

Good communication: The key to a satisfying tenancy

ESTABLISHING a good relationship and communication with a tenant is key to a mutually satisfying tenancy, according to Rent.com.au.

Natural disasters – Information for landlords

Fair Trading can help you with renting issues in a natural disaster. Fair Trading NSW has prepared the following information to assist you in...

WA cuts to result in “cost savings” for tenants, lessors

Tenants, lessors and real estate agents across Western Australia will all benefit from Bills and amendments passed by the WA Parliament, according to the...

WA tenants taken to the cleaners trying to get their bond...

WA tenants have lost money after being duped into paying for end of tenancy bond cleaning on their rental properties, but the cleaners didn’t...

Give your listing everything it needs to get you the best...

Did you know 46% of the Australian rental property market is managed by private landlords?