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5 Tips for Preparing Your House for Rent

Clean Inside
The cleanliness of the property is paramount - from skirting boards to walls, ovens and air conditioning vents. You want to present the property as best you possibly can and handover to the tenant in the best achievable condition. Download our cleaning checklist here.

Clean Outside
Not only do you want to have the exterior looking great to attract a tenant, it also sets a tone for the tenancy that the grounds and gardens must be maintained. Download our external checklist here.

Ensure all components of the property meet the compliance requirements for rental properties in WA. Click here for more information.

Risk Management
One of the biggest factors in Property Management is avoiding risk. This not only means risk for the tenant/s health and safety but risk of any miscommunication between the tenants and landlord. Go through the property with a fine tooth comb. If something could be potentially dangerous, fix it.

Before a tenant moves in make sure any major repairs are finished. This allows for a much smoother transition in the first few weeks of the tenancy and minimises disruptions to the quiet enjoyment of the property.