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Renting with REAA

At REAA the right tenant selection is vital, as is the service the tenant receives from the property manager.


Whilst we are working for the landlord, we recognise that a happy tenant is a long term tenant and will assist you with your needs wherever possible.   


We will make ourselves available to you during business hours via phone or email.  Of course if you have an issue that is of emergency nature, then you should contact the emergency services number directly by dialling 000.

Tenancy Guide

So you've secured the place you want and now it's time to enjoy it. You are entitled to your privacy and to the enjoyment of your new home, but there are some things that you should take note of in order to keep your landlord and neighbours happy.

  • Look after the premises with care, leaving the place in the same condition as it was when you began renting.
  • Respect the peace and quiet of your neighbours, especially when having parties. Unit complexes invite a tight knit community. Remember also that people work different hours and noise travels.
  • Pay the correct amount of your rent on time.
  • Take note of the terms of your lease and understand your rights and responsibilities, especially with regard to what exit or termination notice you are required to give.
  • Advise your property manager or landlord when people move in or out of your place, especially those that are noted on the lease.
  • Keep a good relationship with your property manager or landlord.
  • Be aware of the repairs policy, and ask the property manager or landlord about it if you have concerns. Make sure you report needed repairs and follow the process required, without spending money or authorising repairs or alterations without approval.
  • If you have any accidents or cause damage to the property, be honest and tell your landlord or property manager. This will allow better repairs and service to you whilst giving the owner every chance to claim on their insurance if they intend to do so.
  • Owners and property managers are entitled to arrange inspections, as noted in the lease, so being cooperative will be greatly appreciated and will surely act in your favour when you need something.
  • Have pride in the place you live. Help to keep the common areas tidy; every bit you can do to help will be greatly appreciated by others.
  • Observe the safety and health of other tenants. Removing rubbish, not blocking fire stairs and cleaning up spills caused by you are some examples of ‘doing your bit’.
  • Look out for the care of neighbours' goods and property. Apart from being a good Samaritan, there is a good chance your neighbours will become good friends of yours, and you never know when you will need a hand.
  • Clean the property at the end of your lease, leaving it in as good a condition as when you moved in.
  • Do not intentionally damage the property.
  • Do not sublet the premises without the landlord's or property manager's consent.
  • Do not keep pets without the landlord's consent.

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