Do you want to know all your Landlord Responsibilities and Rights?
Are you unsure about your current tenants or how your real estate agency is managing your property?
HILL & VITERI PROPERTY
1/29 East Parade, Sutherland NSW 2232
Landlords experienced or not, can sometimes end up in pitfalls they wished they had avoided.
And it only takes a lazy agent or a bad tenant, to make your experience as a landlord a horrible one,
and a bad memory you would rather forget.
Why would you choose a property manager that doesn’t fill you in on your Landlord Responsibilities?
Or why would you choose a property management agency that doesn’t maintain healthy tenants?
Well we both know you wouldn’t, and that is why it is important to select
a property manager that will not only educate you on all your rights and responsibilities as a landlord,
but will work hard to keep you satisfied as a customer.
At Hill & Viteri Property we take pride in working above the norm of other local agencies
and keeping our clients happy.
We urge you to give us a call on (02) 9545-2220 if you are unsure about your Landlord Responsibilities or Rights.
One of our experienced property managers will help you with your questions.
Q: Do landlords have to pay for maintenance and repairs in NSW?
A: Landlords are generally responsible to pay for maintenance and repairs
for their rental properties. Tenants are obliged to tell their landlord or agent
as soon as maintenance or repairs are needed. Tenants can carry out repairs in emergencies.
Q: What is a tenancy agreement?
A: A tenancy agreement is an agreement between a landlord and a tenant,
which sets out all the terms and conditions regarding rental of a residential property.
It is a legally binding contract usually organised by a property manager and tenant(s).
Q: Are there any laws for landlords in NSW?
A: There are several laws that landlords need to adhere by,
even if they are using a property management agency or not.
A list of the laws related to landlords and tenants
can be found here at the Residential Tenancies Act 2010.
If you are trying to get to know the in’s and out’s of renting out your property,
then seeking the advice of an experienced property manager is your best bet.
Not only will a good property manager fill you in on your rights and responsibilities as a landlord,
but they will advise you on how to get the best return possible.
Sometimes a few affordable upgrades, and some clever marketing
can do the trick to increase the value of your rental property.
However on the other hand, and depending on the condition of the property,
some updates or renovations may be required.
Looking for a great Sutherland Property Management Agency?