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RON FISCHER

We had four agents look at our house.

Number 1 raved about the home and location. Two days later all the positives had become negatives. Very confusing.

Number 2 did not have a clue.

Number 3 Kept telling us how good they were. Could not get a firm sale price.

Number 4 - First National. Very positive from the start. The sales staff looked, had a meeting on the premises and gave us a price on the spot. Service and communication were excellent. Price achieved was way above the other agents. S & R Manson

ENDING YOUR TENANCY

 

There are three circumstances under which you might end your tenancy.

 

You can use the following as a guide to assist you and to ensure that you give the required amount of notice.

 

1.  If your lease agreement is ABOUT TO Expire then...

 

  • Fourteen (14) days written notice is required, which means we must receive your notice 14 days before you vacate
  • The date you vacate must be on or after the lease expiry date (see your lease agreement)
  • You can give notice by using our Intention to Vacate form

 

2.  If your lease agreement has ALREADY Expired then...

 

  • Twenty one (21) days written notice is required, which means we must receive your notice 21 days before you vacate
  • You can give notice by using our Intention to Vacate form

 

OR

 

3.  If you are intending on vacating the property BEFORE Your Lease Expires then...

 

  • You are effectively breaking your lease and there are a number of costs involved
  • You need to notify your property manager of your Intention to Break Lease

 

A reminder about your end of tenancy inspection...

 

  • On or soon after the final day of your tenancy; when all items have been removed and the property cleaned, we will conduct a final inspection.
  • The purpose of this is to ensure that everything is in order.  The requirement is for the property to be left in the same condition as it was at the beginning of your tenancy, taking into account reasonable wear and tear.
  • The original 'Residential Premises Condition Report' and any other relevant information will be used as a reference for this purpose.
  • You are welcome to attend the end of tenancy inspection but it is not a requirement.
  • If everything is in order then we will immediately attend to processing your bond.
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