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Preparing your property for rent can increase its appeal and attract high-quality tenants, resulting in a better rental return. A well-maintained property can also lease faster and minimize potential maintenance issues.
Rental providers must make sure that property meets ‘Minimum Standards’, in order to avoid renters ending their rental agreement or requesting an urgent repair.
Residential Rental Providers have responsibilities for gas and electrical safety; gas and electrical appliances need to be regularly checked to make sure they are working safely.
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When a rental provider wants a renter to move out of the property, they must give the renter a notice to vacate. A notice to vacate is a formal statement that the rental provider wants to end the rental agreement.
New rental laws are now in effect. If you are a rental provider, it is important that you understand your responsibilities under the new laws. The new renting guidelines detail how both rental providers and renters can comply with renting laws, including the most recent changes.