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As a tenant, you are expected to occupy the property in a ‘tenant-like’ manner. Here we explain what this means and what you can expect from your tenancy.
There’s a lot of legislation in place to ensure renters stay safe and requirements of the landlord. Ensure you’re familiar with these requirements and what to look out for.
Whether it’s a repair or maintenance issue or related to a change of circumstance making it hard for you to pay rent, find out the process required for each. We’ll also cover complaints procedures and redress schemes.
No matter if you’re thinking about staying in your property and would like to renew, or need to activate a break clause, this section is a must-read for all renters.
A little planning goes a long way when you’re preparing to move out. Here we share our top tips for making the move day as stress-free as possible.
Useful if you haven’t rented for a while, or it’s your first time ‘checking-out’ of a property, we go through the check-out process and what you can expect.
Make sure you’re clear on what happens once you’ve paid your final rent payment and the process for getting your deposit back.
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