How do I get my bond back?

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When a tenancy ends the first thing a tenant usually wants to know is how do I get my bond back? As a tenant you must to do a “bond clean” or “exit clean” at the end of your lease.   A bond clean or exit inspection clean is the clean that must be done once the tenant (s) has completed their tenancy in order for tenants to get a bond return. For full bond to be returned the property…

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 to settle down into a routine once moved in without unexpected dramas. These guidelines are set to assist people to live peacefully in their rental…

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 keys. Deadlocks may be fitted to external doors often requiring a different key again. All these locks and keys have the purpose of keeping the…

Entry Reports. Why are they Necessary?

Deciding to rent a home can be a daunting prospect. Finding a rental may not be a big problem, but having found the right house you are then faced with a myriad of forms to fill out. One of those forms should be “an entry condition report” otherwise known as a Form 1a. Where possible it is a good idea to have these forms completed and signed before moving into your rental home. What are they for you may ask??…

Renting And The National Rental Affordability Scheme

Property developers have the opportunity to access government incentives in return for offering affordable rental housing to low income earners. Under the National Rental Incentive, each dwelling that is rented at a rate 20 percent lower than the market rate is set to attract an annual payment over a period of ten years. The National Rental Incentive is part of The National Rental Affordability Scheme, an Australian Government scheme that has been developed to increase the amount of new affordable…