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Please confirm with our office before making any deposit.
Account name: Letco trust account
Bank: commonwealth bank
Account No: 101 47 334
“Please mention the address of rental property as reference.”
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Maintenance & Repair
If you would like to request for a repair to be carried out please complete the form here …
If you are planning to move out, please give us a notice by completing this form …
In most circumstances access is not permitted on Sundays, public holidays and outside the hours of 8am to 8pm.
Tenant does not have to be present at the time of entry if proper notice has been given.
Notices the agent or landlord must give the tenant for accessing the premises in NSW:
|To inspect the premises||7 days notice (no more than 4 times per year)|
|For Property Valuation||7 days notice ( no more than once per year )|
|Ordinary repairs & maintenance||2 days notice|
|To comply with health & safety obligations e.g. Installing smoke alarms||2 days notice|
|To Carry out urgent repairs||None|
|In an emergency||None|
|Concern about health and safety of tenant||None|
|Reasonably believe the premises have been abandoned||None|
|To show to prospective tenants||Reasonable notice (no more than twice per week with 48 hours notice)|
|To show to prospective buyers||Reasonable notice (no more than twice per week with 48 hours notice)|
When tenants sign a fixed term tenancy agreement (lease) they are committing to stay for the full term of the lease agreement. If circumstances change and they want to move out before the end of the fixed term there are potential costs involved. Sometimes a fixed term agreement can be terminated early without penalty.
Tenant and landlord can agree to include a break fee clause in the tenancy agreement. The break fee is a penalty which tenants agree to pay if they move out before the end of the fixed term.
If the fixed term of the agreement is for 3 years or less the break fee is:
● 6 weeks rent if tenants move out in the first half of the fixed term
● 4 weeks rent if tenants move out in the second half of the fixed term.
Nominated Tradespeople for urgent repairs:
|Plumbing Repairs||Deagan||0411 802 548|
|Electrical Repairs||Andrew||0411 435 363|
|Other Repairs||Matt||0478 088 207|
Emergency phone numbers in Sydney
Police, Fire & Ambulance: 000
Abortion Hotline: 9233 3780
Alcohol & Drug Information Service: 1800 422 599
Ambulance Bookings: 13 12 33
Cancer Council: 9334 1900
Centrecare Pregnancy Support: 9283 3099
Crime Stoppers (1800 333 000)
Emergency Dental Info (after hours): 9369 1111
Emergency Prescription Service: 9235 0333
Health Direct Australia (1800 022 222)
Medicare: 12 20 11
Poisons Information Hotline: 13 11 26
Police attendance: 131 444 (all states except Victoria)
Rape Crisis Centre: 9819 6565
Royal North Shore Hospital: 9926 7111
SES assistance in floods and storms: 132 500
St Vincents Hospital: 9339 1111
Sydney Hospital Emergency: 9382 7111
Sydney Sexual Health Centre: 9382 7440
Top tips for a problem-free tenancy
Useful tips to avoid problems while you are renting:
- Always pay your rent
- Keep in contact with your property manager
- If you are happy in the place and your lease ends, renew your lease
- Comply with the terms of your lease
If the fixed term is for more than 3 years and Tenant and the landlord agree to include a break fee clause, they can agree on the amount and write it into the agreement.
Where there is a break fee in lease agreement that is all tenants have to pay if they move out early. However, if the landlord or agent find a new tenant quickly it does not mean that tenant will get any of the break fee back. It is a fixed fee.
The law distinguishes between urgent (emergency) repairs and those which are not so urgent. Urgent repairs are:
● a burst water service or a serious water service leak
● a blocked or broken toilet
● a serious roof leak
● a gas leak
● a dangerous electrical fault
● flooding or serious flood damage
● serious storm or fire damage
● a failure or breakdown of the gas, electricity or water supply to the premises
● a failure or breakdown of the hot water service
● a failure or breakdown of the stove or oven
● a failure or breakdown of a heater or air-conditioner
● a fault or damage which makes the premises unsafe or insecure.
Source Fair Trading NSW
If you are behind with your rent
One of the terms of the tenancy agreement is that tenants agree to pay their rent on time.
If the rent is late tenants are in breach of this term. It is important to pay the outstanding rent as soon as possible.
If you are unable to pay all of the overdue rent immediately, you should contact our office to talk about a repayment plan.