Guide to Renting

30-06-2016 | Finding the right property to lease can be time consuming and competitive. It's best to be as organised as you can with a clear understanding of the requirements you and/or family need. You need to allow for flexibility on your requirements as not every property will tick all your boxes. For example will a carport be adequate instead of a garage if there is sufficient storage available. Take a drive around the suburb you are looking at but don't discount adjoining areas as you may find a nearby suburb that is equally appealing and may offer a difference in price range. Be up to date on the latest properties that come available, this happens on a daily basis so be sure to monitor our website and a great way to keep informed is by registering your requirements with our Agency so we can keep you updated if a property that suits you comes available. If you can't make an open for inspection don't be hesitant to contact the Agent to arrange an alternate time. As mentioned being organised is a major factor and once you find a suitable property be ready to apply! Have all your relevant paperwork and supporting documents ready. You can see what you will need for your application by viewing our Lease Application Page on our site.