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Rental applications: How long before I’m approved for a property?

"How long should it take to have a rental application approved or processed? When is an acceptable time to follow-up on the property?"

Who is responsible for pest control, landlords or tenants?

The term 'pest control' covers a number of types of animal infestations and outbreaks. Pests and vermin may become evident in rental properties at some stage...

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...

Who is responsible for maintaining gardens?

"I've just moved into a unit in Melbourne. Who needs to maintain the gardens? How do I know?" (Tenant, VIC) Living in a rental property...

Finding houses with granny flats for rent in Australia

If you’d like to live somewhere with a backyard, want to bring your pets with you or simply want to save a little money,...

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; ...

How long should it take to have my bond returned?

“How long should it take to have my bond returned?" - Matt (WA) We asked Principal/Business Manager at Ray White Leading Edge, Tricia Gilbert for her advice...

How to avoid rental arrears at Christmas time

Buying Christmas presents, sending cards, adding new decorations to the tree: There’s no doubt about it. Christmas is an expensive time for many renters...

Writing a rent reduction letter

Are you living in an area where rents are falling? You might wonder if there are ways to negotiate a better deal on what...

Tenants urged lock up their rental properties over summer

With the festive season comes an influx of new (and often expensive) presents lying around often empty houses, creating a key opportunity for opportunistic...