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Rent Increase Notice NSW

Rent Increase Notice NSW

Landlords in New South Wales must give tenants at least 60 days’ notice of any rent increase. You can use the template below to notify your tenants of the rent increase.

Steps to complete

  • Download the template
  • Complete and sign the template
  • You can either send this letter by post or hand deliver it to the tenant. If you have written consent from the tenant you can email it to your tenant/s

Tips

Type:Forms,Type:Lease,State:NSW

Entry Notice NSW

Entry Notice NSW

In New South Wales landlords are only allowed to enter the premises at certain times for certain reason and the amount of notice you must give to the tenant depends on the reason for entering the premises. According to Fair trading NSW ‘You must not ‘drop by’ unannounced, look over the fence or do anything else to disturb the tenant’s privacy and quiet enjoyment.

Steps to complete

  • Download the fact sheet above to find out exactly what notice you need to give your tenant and for what reason
  • Organise the notice you need to give to your tenant and pass it onto your tenants

Tips

Type:Forms,Type:Lease,State:NSW

Bond Change of Owners NSW

Bond Change of Owners NSW

In New South Wales if there is a change in landlords you need to fill in a ‘Change of Managing Agent/ Owner’ form to notify Fair Trading of the changes.

Steps to complete

  • Download the Change of Managing Agent/Owner form above
  • Print and fill in all the sections that are required
  • Make sure the form is signed by the previous landlord and the new landlord.
  • Once the form is complete send it to RENTAL BONDS Locked Bag 9000, Grafton NSW 2460

Tips

  • For more information specific to landlords in NSW visit Fair Trading

Type:Forms,Type:Lease,State:NSW

Bond Change of Tenants NSW

Bond Change of Tenants NSW

In New South Wales if there is a change in tenants and the original names on the Bond Lodgement form will be different, fill in a ‘Change of Shared Tenancy Arrangement form’ to have bond transferred to the current tenants.

Steps to complete

  • Download the Change of Shared Tenancy Arrangement form above
  • Print and fill in all the sections that are required
  • Make sure you have it signed by the person/s moving out, the person/s moving in and you as the landlord need to sign it as well.
  • Once the form is complete send it to RENTAL BONDS Locked Bag 9000, Grafton NSW 2460

Tips

  • For more information specific to landlords in NSW visit Fair Trading

Type:Forms,Type:Lease,State:NSW

Bond Refund NSW

Bond Refund NSW

In New South Wales once your final inspection has been completed and you agree on how the bond is to be paid out you must sign a ‘Claim for Refund of Bond Money’ form.

Steps to complete

  • Download the ‘Claim for Refund of Bond Money’ form above
  • Complete the form correctly
  • Hand the form to the tenant to lodge with Fair Trading or lodge it yourself

Tips

  • If you have a Rental Bonds Online account you can submit a claim for bond refund online. If you wish to submit the claim, you can do this by logging into Rental Bonds Online and accessing your bond details. Click on ‘Submit a claim’ and follow the instructions

Type:Forms,Type:Lease,State:NSW

Bond Lodgement NSW

Bond Lodgement NSW

All landlords in New South Wales are required to use Rental Bonds Online as the first option for tenants. This will allow landlords to lodge, view and claim residential rental bonds online.

Steps to complete

  • Download the Rental Bonds Online Landlord/ Owner Proof of Identity and Registration Form above.
  • Complete all the sections on the computer.
  • Visit any Service NSW Centre with the completed form and the required original proof of identity documents.
  • Invite tenant(s) to use the service.

Tips

Type:Forms,Type:Lease,State:NSW

Condition Report Template NSW

Condition Report Template NSW

The Condition Report NSW sets down, on a room-by-room basis, the exact contents and condition of the premises at the beginning of the tenancy.

Steps to complete

  • Download the report and complete within a week of the tenant moving in.
  • Sign the report.
  • Give a copy of the report to the tenant. Get them to initial each page to confirm they have received it.
  • The tenant must return a signed copy with their comments and any supporting evidence to you within seven days of receiving it.
  • If you do not agree with the tenant comments we recommend meeting at the property to agree on the condition before providing the tenant with a final copy of the report.

Tips

Type:Forms,Type:Lease,State:NSW

Residential Tenancy Agreement NSW

Residential Tenancy Agreement NSW

The Residential Tenancy Agreement is a legally binding contract and should be signed by the tenant and landlord prior to handing over the keys.

Steps to complete

  • Download the contract
  • Complete all the sections on the computer (except for signing)
  • Add any Special Conditions directly within the document
  • Send a copy to the tenant to review and sign
  • Receive the signed lease agreement back from the tenant and sign it yourself
  • Provide a complete signed copy of the Lease Agreement back to the tenant within 14 days of the agreement being entered into.

Tips

  • If you meet with your tenant in person to sign the lease, request the tenant to sign the bond lodgement form and your completed condition report at the same time.

Type:Forms,Type:Lease,State:NSW