Tenant Information - Everthing a good Tenant should know
Utility Connections made easy
Did you know that the average time it takes to disconnect the average home’s utilities and reconnect them at your new address is nearly six hours? Who has that sort of spare time when they’re in the middle of moving? Read More
How to combat Mould
Mould spores are always present in the air around us which is why it is so important to keep your home properly ventilated. Read More
Renting with Pets – Easier than you think?
Renting with pets is much easier than you think at First National. We flag all our vacancies as ‘Pet Friendly’ if the landlord has indicated a willingness to consider applications from tenants with pets. Read More
If a rental asking price seems to good to be true, it almost certainly is! Scammers have been targeting unsuspecting tenants by offering properties in top locations, via websites like Gumtree and Flatmates.com, at vastly reduced prices. Read More
Vacating (getting bond back)– cleaning tips
When you vacate your rental property, give it a very careful clean before handing the keys back to your property manager. Your property manager must carefully inspect the property and advise the landlord of any deterioration in its condition. You could be expected to pay for professional cleaners if things aren’t up to standard.
Maintenance – keeping it up
When you’re renting a property, don’t let maintenance issues build up around you.
Always inform your landlord or property manager of any problems that require the attention of a licensed tradesman so repairs can be expedited. Read More