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  • Rental Law Reform
    Domestic and Family Violence (DFC) protections From 20 October 2021 The temporary regulatory measures that were introduced under the COVID-19 residential tenancies response for domestic and family violence have become permanent. Renters experiencing DFV: can leave immediately (after giving 7 days notice) and access any bond contribution they made are not liable for property damage caused… Read More »Rental Law Reform
  • Landlord Insurance
    Landlord Insurance covers you for tenant-related losses. Things like loss of rent due to a tenant breaking their lease or being evicted, or damage caused to your contents by tenants, like drink spills on carpets. Other insurance may not cover these events, and very often, the bond won’t be enough to cover the associated costs.… Read More »Landlord Insurance
  • How to prepare for an open house inspection
    Inspections are like a first date. You only get one chance to make that first impression So if you want to prepare for an open house inspection, there are a few things you can do ahead of the big day.
  • COVID-19 legislation for residential tenancies – ending 30 April 2022
    19 Apr 2022 The last of several legislative measures made by the Queensland Government to support residential tenancies impacted by COVID-19 will expire on 30 April 2022. Temporary arrangements have been repealed in stages since September 2020 as the state transitions back to normal residential tenancy arrangements beyond the pandemic. As of 1 May 2022,… Read More »COVID-19 legislation for residential tenancies – ending 30 April 2022