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Breaking a Lease : How To End Your Tenancy Agreement

Sometimes, tenants may find themselves in a position whereby they need to break their lease early. Obviously, breaking a lease is not an ideal circumstance however there are some special conditions whereby this may be unavoidable. You may be moving …

Household Repairs in Rental Properties : Who Pays For What?

As a tenant, you are in charge of maintaining and keeping the property in a good condition. And as a property owner, you are in charge of the ensuring that your tenants are living in a safe and good condition. So …
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pool safety in an investment property
pool safety in an investment property

Landlord’s Guide to Ensuring Pool Safety in an Investment Property

Do you own an investment property with a pool? If that’s the case, it’s important to get a full understanding of who is responsible for the pool when it comes to pool safety in an investment property. In An Investment Property, …
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renting with your pet

Top Tips For Being the Successful Applicant When Renting With Your Pet

In  Queensland, a landlord has the right to accept or refuse pets at their property. If the property is a house with suitable fencing, it is recommended that special …
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winning tenancy application

How to Lodge the Winning Tenancy Application

When lodging a tenancy application, there are a few key things you can do to arm yourself with the best possible chance of being successful. Trying to find a new home to rent can be exhausting. Particularly if you know …
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terminate a tenancy agreement
terminate a tenancy agreement

How To Terminate A Tenancy Agreement

There are a multitude of reasons whereby a tenant or a landlord might need to terminate a tenancy agreement. In Queensland in particular, the Residential Tenancies and Rooming Accommodation Act (RTRA Act) have ensured there are fair and reasonable …

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