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Emergency Repairs - Tips for Landlords

Emergency Repairs - Tips for Landlords

It is a landlord’s obligation to make sure their tenants are living in a property where everything works. Sometimes it can be hard to differentiate between urgent and non urgent repairs and can easily, lead to misunderstandings in the tenant/landlord relationship

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GAS HEATERS AND FIREPLACES: WHO IS RESPONSIBLE?

GAS HEATERS AND FIREPLACES: WHO IS RESPONSIBLE?

In 2013 a Victorian Coroner warned that landlords should check gas heaters every 2 years, after 2 children died in a tragic gas leak accident. There aren’t many laws regarding fireplaces and chimneys but landlords are expected to keep their properties in a decent state of repair.

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How to deal with a drop in rental revenue- Some tips from RealRenta

How to deal with a drop in rental revenue- Some tips from RealRenta

There are several states in Australia at the moment, experiencing some weakness in the rental market, due to oversupply and other economic factors. Some vacant properties in these areas are renting for lower prices with some tenants insisting on lower rents when renewing their leases.

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What should be in a Rental Inspection Checklist?

What should be in a Rental Inspection Checklist?

Inspections are a good opportunity to avoid problems, before they become bigger problems and most tenants will cooperate and understand that it is also, an opportunity for them to have things repaired.

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How to video your property condition report

How to video your property condition report

All you need is a smart phone with a good camera and at least 70% battery before you start filming. Once you have finished filming, you can upload the video to the RealRenta platform. Here are our tips for filming:

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