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How often do Tenants Pay their Rent?

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In some Australian states, tenants are required to pay their rent monthly. In Queensland, there are no specific requirements for how often tenants pay their rent, as long as they do not fall behind in their payments.  Most tenants tend to…

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What happens if Tenants Stop Paying Rent?

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The Queensland Tenancy laws are very specific about rent arrears and the process that should be taken when a tenant falls behind in rent. A good Agent should manage arrears on a daily basis. When a Tenant falls behind in…

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How does an Agent Perform a Property Inspection?

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The purpose of property inspections is to gain a snapshot of the condition of the property at regular intervals. During these inspections, any routine repairs or preventative maintenance may be identified to assist the owner in maintaining the property’s capital…

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How often are Property Inspections Performed?

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Commonly known as ‘Routine Inspections’, in Queensland these are generally performed once every 3-6 months. According to Legislation, 3 months is the MINIMUM time frame that an Agent/Owner must allow between inspections. The first inspection of a tenancy is the…

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