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Law changes addressing the issue of meth contaminated houses could be on the way – if a new members Bill is selected from the Parliamentary ballot.
Landlords lose five weeks of rent per year on average - but those losses are set to decline, a tenancy debt specialist has said.
The changing rental environment means a different relationship is on the cards for landlords and tenants, says one law firm.
Law changes that will require insulation and alarms in rental properties have passed their first hurdle..
When owning and renting out a property there are a number of considerations to be made. Finding the right tenants for your home can be one of the most difficult. There is also the question of whether you are going to allow the furry kind of tenant, as well.
If you're buying for investment, there is still the task of finding the right tenant to sign your lease. There are many ways of going about this, from searching through the internet, to asking around your friend groups, all the way to engaging a professional property manager to handle the process for you.
Tenants have a responsibility to use care when they live in a property.
The Government has announced plans to strengthen residential tenancy laws.
Rental properties will have to meet a set of minimum standards under rules to be unveiled by the Government in July.