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Can you terminate a lease agreement without recourse?
Under what circumstances can a tenant terminate their tenancy without breaching their contract agreement?
How to avoid money drama with your roommate
Finances can quickly make things turn sour between you and your roommates if you don’t have a plan in place. Check out these helpful tips on how to divvy up the expenses.
Frequently Asked Questions for tenants
A list of topics to research so that you fully understand your rights and obligations as a tenant, before diving headfirst into a lease agreement.
Turning to social media for property advice is a BAD idea
Taking legal advice on property matters from someone on social media could end up costing you a heap of money if you act on the wrong advice.
Rental agents must earn their keep
While there are those who choose to rent out their own properties thus avoiding paying commission to an agent, there are some sound reasons why a good rental agent should be used.
Holiday rental nightmares
For some who rented accommodation online, this holiday seasons has had a bitter start, after they they were scammed. Here's how to avoid your holiday becoming a disaster.
Pets and a rental home
Here’s what can you do to ensure you and your animals remain on the good side of your landlord
How to cancel a residential lease
What happens when a landlord or a tenant wants to cancel a lease? What rules and what legislation apply? What protection does the law provide?
Why a tenant’s safety should be important to landlords
Landlords have a duty to use reasonable care to safeguard their tenants and could be in breach of contract if they fail to do so. But providing good security benefits the landlord as well.
To commute or not to commute?
Property that is closer to metro areas or public transport is certainly more expensive than property further afield, but not having to commute has major benefits.