Guide to Renting

First Steps

The first step to getting out of there, the first thing you’ll have to do is calculate if you’ll be able to afford all the costs of being a full-time tenant.

Go to inspections before making any decision.

Last step is filling out the application. Make sure you have all the necessary documents. Attach a recent bank account statement. Prior bills you pay to show you are reliable. Attach form of photo ID. Request your tenancy ledger from the real-estate if you currently renting and other relevant documents that will make you stand out over other applicants.

Make sure you receive all the documents a tenant should receive before moving in.


Office Hours

The Property Management team can be contacted Monday to Friday between 9am and 6.00pm and Saturday 9am – 12.30pm

In the event of an emergency outside of business hours, our Property Managers will always attempt to assist you.


Property Condition Report

There must be two copies of the Property Condition Report which will be provided to you. This report is important as it outlines the condition of the property at the commencement of your tenancy. The condition of the property will then be assessed before you vacate.


Rental Payments

Rent under your Residential Tenancy Agreement is payable in advance at all times. If you are unable at any time to make a rental payment, please contact with your property manager immediately.


Rental Bond

Your Rental Bond will be lodged with the NSW Office of Fair Trading and is held as security against any damage to the property or any unpaid rent.


Routine Inspections

During the course of your tenancy, your Property Manager will inspect your property periodically after you have been given 1 week notice. This will include with an inspection 3 months after your tenancy commences. You will be contacted in advance to arrange a convenient time that suits you.


Repairs and Maintenance

Please call your property manager for all repairs and maintenance to the property.