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Tenant Information


Applying For A Rental Property

So you're looking for a rental property, whether it be your first or second, there are some details you need to know.

Firstly, you will need to complete a Tenancy Application and provide documentation to support it.  You will need;

  • 100 points of identification
  • Rental references
  • Personal references
  • Proof of Income i.e payslips, centrelink income statement
  • Proof of your current residential address

It's very important to have this application completed before requesting a viewing of a property and always view a property before signing a lease.


Approved For A Rental Property

Once your application has been approved you need to organise the following;

  • Payment of 4 weeks bond and 2 weeks rent prior to signing of the lease
  • Organise connection of services i.e. electricity, phone etc and allow at lease 7 days for the connections to take place
  • Do you have contents insurance - your items are your responsibilty, not the landlords


During Your Tenancy

To ensure the smooth running of your tenancy you must keep your rent in advance at all times, at lease 2 weeks is preferred.  This will give you an excellent payment history and be beneficial to future renting prospects should you wish to re-locate.

Always keep your property clean and tidy - inside and out.  Take pride in looking after the property - once again very beneficial to future renting prospects and for having this tenancy continue.

If there is any maintenance issues that require attention, let your agent know as soon as possible so that it can be addressed and repaired.

During your tenancy you will have Routine Inspections carried and these are reported back to the landlord.  An agent can do up to 4 inspections per year.  Ensure that the property is always clean and presentable inside and out.

Remember to be considerate to your neighbours in regard to noise.  Excessive noise can be a breach of your lease and result in a Termination. 

The above are the main items a tenant must be aware of and to keep in place when renting.  This will give you a tick as a good tenant and assist in your securing tenancies in the future.