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Information for Tenants

Before deciding to rent a property there are a few rules and regulations that you need to take into consideration.

A Residential Tenancy Agreement or ‘lease’ will be drawn up and is the legal contract that both you and your landlord must abide by. A lease should include information such as:

  • Location of the property
  • Total rent
  • Amount of the bond
  • Commencement and end date of your tenancy
  • The landlords’ name

Lease/tenancy agreements differ between states, so please make sure you have the documentation from your appropriate state.

Never sign a blank form if you do not understand something.  Contact the correct establishments and ask for advice.

For more information about renting with First National Real Estate, simply contact our friendly Property Management team.

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Tenancy Application

Before deciding to rent a property there are a few rules and regulations that you need to take into consideration. A Residential Tenancy Agreement or ‘lease’ will be drawn up and is the legal contract that both you and your landlord must abide by. A lease should include information such as;

  •     Location of the property
  •     Total rent
  •     Amount of the bond
  •     Commencement and end date of your tenancy
  •     The landlords’ name

Lease/tenancy agreements differ between states, so please make sure you have the documentation from your appropriate state. Tip: Never sign a blank form, if you do not understand something, then contact the correct establishments and ask for advice. Know your responsibilities when renting When renting, little problems can turn into big problems if you are not aware of who is responsible for taking care of the issues that may arise. As a tenant you are obliged to do the following:

  •     Keep the property clean
  •     Not cause damage to the premises
  •     Inform the landlord asap if any damage is done
  •     Ask for the landlords permission to install fixtures or make alterations, renovations etc
  •     Avoid causing a nuisance to the landlord or neighbours
  •     Do not participate in anything illegal on the property

The landlord is obliged to:

  •     Keep the premises in good repair
  •     Ensure the security of the property by making sure all doors have locks and windows are secure
  •     Immediately provide the tenant with a key after changing any locks
  •     Avoid disturbing the tenant unnecessarily

Once you have signed a lease / tenancy agreement and paid a bond you should be provided with a Condition Report. This report records the condition of the property. Check this report carefully and immediately discuss any issues you may have with the landlord. Tip: Photographs are a great way to record the condition of the property when you first move in. Keep these incase the landlord objects about returning your bond at the end of your tenancy.

Tenancy Application

All general maintenance must be reported to our office in writing. In order for a repair to be attended to, please complete the form below or a written request and fax, post, email or deliver to our office.

In the event of an urgent repair (as stipulated within your lease agreement Clause 19.6), Please contact our office immediately at any time on 4271 7444.

Once we have received the request either our office or a tradesperson will contact you.

Thank you, Management of Domain First National Real Estate.

Report a Maintenance Issue

Report a Maintenance Issue
Tenancy Application

Tenant Details





Rental Property Address





Maintenance Details


Access for Tradesperson

Our maintenance team can enter the property with our management keys if you are not present when the service person is available to carry out the maintenance or repairs.



No, I would prefer to be at home when this is carried out and give permission for my contact details to be given to the tradesperson.Yes, I agree to allow the tradesperson concerned to enter through the property with the office set of keys.