1. Presentation: Presentation of your home is a critical factor in achieving the highest possible price. This is similar to detailing a car before you sell it. The emotional appeal required to stir the spirit of the buyers is unlikely to be generated by a poorly presented home. And a neglected building sends out 'warning signals' to prospective buyers.
2. Insurance: you should obtain Contents Insurance for your furnishings and personal items, against any loss, damage or theft. The landlord has no obligation to insure your personal belongings.
3. Maintenance/Repairs: It is important that the property be kept clear of mould. We suggest regular cleaning with suitable product eg Exit Mould, to prevent damage to walls, ceilings and tiled surfaces. If you are renting a house or town house the upkeep of the gardens and grounds are your responsibility.
5. Breaking a Lease: This company will assist tenants who find it necessary to break their lease. The following conditions will apply: The tenant is responsible for and must pay rent until the property is relet to a suitable tenant. The tenant must pay our Agency all reletting costs (one half weeks rent), and advertising
7. Vacating: We'll require access to your property to show prospective tenants. This is normally done on Wednesdays and Saturdays and we will contact you first, Rental bond refund applications are processed only after keys have been returned to our office, an inspection has been carried out and all outstanding monies, including water usage where applicable, have been paid.