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FAQ for Owners

Increased Contractor Fees

Wednesday, March 30, 2022

We'd like to advise our owners that contractors have raised their fees, and there also is a shortage of building supplies due to diversions to flood affected areas in QLD and NSW.

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Terri Scheer Landlord Insurance Update

Tuesday, April 16, 2019

Is your rental property really protected? Don’t risk being entirely out of pocket from situations you can’t control. Consider investing in Landlord Insurance and have the peace of mind knowing your rental property is protected.

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Pool Fencing Compliance

Monday, December 24, 2018

Pool Fencing Compliance is not something that you think of everyday. That’s ok, because we make sure that our Property Managers are thinking about this when they are inspecting your property! We represent you, our owners, so we check on the basic requirements when we are doing inspections, ingoings or outgoings. As an owner, you must ensure that certain requirements are maintained to ensure compliance and we have summarised your responsibilities below for your reference.

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Break Lease

Monday, October 01, 2018

Updated Feb 2021. What happens when a tenant breaks lease? We understand that Lease Breaks can cause owners frustration and financial hardship. In the instance of a tenant breaking lease, we work with the owners and the tenants in this unfortunate situation and are guided by the legislation for each situation.

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$300-$500 Garden Tune Up Rebate

Wednesday, September 26, 2018

Living Water Smart was organized by Power and water to help reduce costs and water usage for owners by providing water efficiency advice, incentives and constant support.

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Living Water Smart Rebates

Tuesday, March 21, 2017

Living water smart is a scheme that closed on the 31st December 2016. However, some new rebates and new suppliers of rebates will be open until the end of March. The idea behind the scheme is to save 10 Gigalitres or 10,000 million litres of water over five years.

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An owner asks: “Do I have to do maintenance?"

Friday, November 11, 2016

The short answer is Yes. As the owner, you are legally obliged to have maintenance attended to and within a timely manner. In the NT, according to legislation there is a requirement to action maintenance within 7 days. The property must be maintained at a minimum, to the standard it was when the lease commenced. Everything must be in good working order.

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What does the Property Management fee cover and include?

Thursday, September 01, 2016

We are proud to represent our owners with a high quality service, focusing on communication, expert level of advice, management of unexpected situations, ensuring your property is well maintained and maximising your income. For more information about fee structure and what this includes, please keep reading. For more information about fee structure and what this includes, please keep reading.

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Should electricity be connected in between tenancies?

Thursday, September 01, 2016

Updated Jan 2021. Definitely, the power should be connected while the property is vacant. When the tenant vacates, they will have the power disconnected. The power is needed for the reticulation, the pool or spa filtration, smoke alarms and security systems. Power is also needed should the property need any maintenance or cleaning.

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