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Only use these numbers after reading the guidelines in your tenant handbook on urgent repairs and the conditions of booking a tradesperson without speaking with PRDnationwide Canberra. This book was given to you at the commencement of your tenancy.
WARNING: YOU WILL BE RESPONSIBLE FOR PAYMENT OF THE INVOICE SHOULD THE REPAIR NOT BE OF AN URGENT NATURE AS LISTED IN CLAUSE 60 OF THE RESIDENTIAL TENANCIES ACT 1997.
RUNNING PLUMBING 0433 820 693
FIRST POINT ELECTRICAL SOLUTIONS 0409 464 812
All Other Emergencies
PWC PROPERTY 0424 839 549
ASI 6251 1233
BELCONNEN GAS 6254 2161
OBRIENS GLASS 6255 1100
Cleaning (General and Carpets)
ATTENTION TO DETAIL 6255 7962
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Rent and Bond
When moving into a property you are required to pay rent in advance and the full bond. Bond equate to 4 weeks rent. We request the payment of this money in cleared funds prior to taking possession of the property. Prior to moving into the property ensure that you discuss how much money is required and when payment is required with your Property manager.
It is a condition on the tenancy agreement that rent must be paid on time and in accordance with the terms set out in the agreement. Paying your rent on time is your responsibility. This will also assist you at the end of the tenancy when you require a reference.
It is the tenant’s responsibility to insure their own belongings and furniture. With the ever-increasing incidence of burglary and theft, contents insurance can provide you with peace of mind. The owner’s insurance does not cover the tenant’s belongings.
Terminating a tenancy must be done in accordance with legislative requirements and the process set out in the tenancy agreement. When giving notice it is important to discuss the notice requirements with the real estate agent. You should always submit your notice in writing.
It is important to understand that when signing a tenancy agreement you are entering into a legally binding agreement. Take the time to carefully read and understand all conditions of the tenancy agreement before you sign. If you do not understand any of the conditions don’t be afraid to ask questions.
When you move into the property, the real estate agent is required to complete a condition report. This is a report that documents the condition of the property when you take possession.
It is a legal requirement for the real estate agent to regularly inspect the rental property to ensure that the property is being cared for properly. This will be specified in your rental agreement. Your cooperation with the real estate agent in arranging an appointment time for inspections will be appreciated.
Your right as a tenant is to live in a safe and habitable property and for your part, you have a responsibility to look after the property. Your rental property should be maintained in good repair. It is important to report problems or concerns in writing to your real estate agent.
If your maintenance is an emergency please call 6262 5232 and report to a property manager.