Tenants are much less likely than homeowners to have home and contents insurance. But there’s no reason why tenants should be putting themselves in a position where they could be out of pocket from risk of theft and accidental damage.
If the landlord or property manager wishes to inspect the property, they must provide 48 hours notice to the tenant. Additionally, to carry out repairs the tenant must be given at least 24 hours notice.
Owners of investment properties are urged to carry out thorough maintenance of their properties throughout every season, but especially throughout cooler seasons.
Sharing a nice dinner, easy conversation and someone who always pays on time...sounds like the perfect partner doesn’t it? Well it’s also the perfect potential flat mate as well!
With the end of 2016 approaching, many tenants could be making a move.
A quality investment property in an urban location near transport, cafes, business and commercial premises is highly likely to attract an executive tenant.
Tenants seek out the same features in properties as buyers do: visually enticing, well-maintained, functional, close to amenities, transport and schools.
Landlords and tenants (including those in boarding houses) have important rights and responsibilities under the Residential Tenancies Act 1986.