PROBLEMS FOUND DURING THE INSPECTION
If there are minor items of concern, we will send you a courtesy email addressing these items and request for them to be rectified by your next inspection.
This is to prevent the matter escalating and become costly at the end of your tenancy; mitigating potential risk or loss to both you the Tenant and the Lessor.
If on inspecting the property a significant breach is found, you may be issued a breach notice to rectify the issue. A significant breach by a tenant involves any of the following:
- using the property for an illegal purpose
- exceeding the number of occupants allowed to live at the property
- keeping a pet at the property without the property owner’s permission
- a matter caused by the tenant that will cost more than the equivalent of one weeks rent to fix.
HOW OFTEN ARE ROUTINE INSPECTIONS?
In accordance with the RTRA Act, a Routine Inspection can only be completed once every 3 months.
For more information, visit the RTA website