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Tips for Tenants

Tips for Tenants

Tips for Tenants 

First time tenants often miss out on key points when renting a home and end up hassled at the end of their tenancy period. Here are a few tips that new tenants should keep in mind for a hassle free tenancy period.

The Lease Agreement

Ensure that you read the lease agreement thoroughly before signing it. That will give a clear picture of what your rights and responsibilities are. The agreement also contains the details of the rent amount, the mode of payment, the due dates and the lease duration. If you have any doubts about the agreement, get them cleared before you sign the papers.

Bond and Rental Amount 

Have clarity about the bond or security amount that you need to pay and the date by when the rental amount has to be paid every month. This will prevent any hiccups during your tenancy and ensure that the tenant-landlord relationship is also peaceful. Also ensure that you understand when and how the bond money will be returned to you when you move out. 

Property Condition and Maintenance

Make sure that you fill in your part of the property condition report in detail and give it to your Property Manager within 7 days of moving in. Likewise, fill in the condition report when you are moving out too. Other than repairs and major renovation tasks, the regular maintenance of the home is your responsibility.

Communication

Honest and open communication between you and the Property Manager can help you maintain a healthy tenant-Property Manager relationship. Talk to your Property Manager when you need to and keep him or her informed about any requirements including repairs, maintenance issues etc to enable them to fulfil their responsibilities.

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