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*Disclaimer: The information in all of our articles is of a general nature only and should not be relied upon as advice. You should seek professional advice for your particular circumstances before entering into any transaction.

What to do before Renting

The first thing to do before you rent a home is to ensure the location is convenient for you by way of transport, schools and shopping. When you have settled on a suitable area and premises, make your way to the agency which has it listed. Once you express an interest you will be given

A Tenant’s Needs Should be Important Too

In a rental agreement you might be thinking that the person with the decisions to make is really the lessor, or landlord, however as a tenant it is important to recognize that you have a say in the property that you rent too. When searching through Brisbane real estate for a home, unit or apartment

Renting A Property? Your Rights & Responsibilities

To take some of the pressure off persons or families that may be thinking of moving into a rental property, there are some substantial rules set out by the Residential Tenancies Authority, to help people understand what is expected of them when living in and caring for a rental property. Everyone wants to be able

A Few Words On Tenancy Agreements

The tenancy agreement is a very important piece of paperwork involved in rentals. It is a legal agreement between the landlord, real estate and tenant stipulating the rules regarding the rental property. These rules are expected to be abided by at all times and failure to do so results in a breach of contract. Tenancy

Locking up. Who Has The Keys?

Most houses these days come with a variety of keys for various rooms, cupboards and or buildings on the premises. Of course there are the usual front and back door and security screen keys, but then there may be windows, garages,   garden sheds and perhaps a free standing laundry all with different locks and

Rental Bonds. What Are They?

A rental bond is a predetermined payment, paid by the tenant, to the landlord or rental agency. The amount varies but is often the equivalent of 4 weeks rent if the weekly rent is $700 or less. If the weekly rent is above $700 per week there is no bond amount limit. A bond is

New Pool Safety Laws

The summer months are a fantastic time of year. It is a time of lazy afternoon BBQs, warm summer sun, and of course, swimming. For those lucky enough to have swimming pools, there is a great responsibility with such a luxury. Too many lives are lost through swimming areas not being properly fenced especially where

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