Tenants can move into a rental property at midday (12:00pm) on the day the tenancy agreement begins. This is when the keys to the property may be picked up from the property manager.
It is important that all initial monies for the bond and first weeks' rent have been paid in full otherwise the property manager may not be able to provide a tenant with keys. Some reminders for moving into a new property include:
Your tenancy can end for a number of reasons including:
The end of a periodic tenancy as initiated by a tenant (to initiate this, you must give a minimum of 21 days notice to your property manager)
The end of periodic tenancy as initiated by the property owner (to initiate this, you will be given a Notice to Quit with either 42 or 90 days notice)
Misconduct or breach of your tenancy agreement (a tenant will be notified by the Tenancy Tribunal)
The end of your fixed term tenancy You have sought to break the rental agreement (all parties must agree to this in writing prior to the tenancy expire date)
Your property manager can help you to manage each stage of ending a tenancy for any of the above reasons.
When you move out of a rental, make sure you’ve done everything on the list below to get your bond back.
Also don't forget to attain a final reading on the power meter.