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In the event of an urgent repair (emergency only) outside office hours please call 0421 695 590.
Finding a property
Having a clear idea of what you are looking for will help you find the best property in the shortest time. Then simply use the Green St Property Management Property Search tool or visit our office to pick up a Property Lease list.
Applying for a property
Once you find the right Green St Property Management property, you will need to submit a Lease Application or visit our office and collect one. You will be required to provide some supporting documents which include:
100 points of identification
If the above documents are not received this will delay your application which may not be processed.
The application processing takes 1-2 days. On approval of your lease application, you will be asked to pay a holding deposit equivalent to one week’s rent. The holding deposit is credited towards the rent at the beginning of the tenancy.
You will be contacted by us to complete and sign the Tenancy Agreement, which needs to take place within three days at our office, and make the following payments:
The holding deposit will be forfeited if you decide not to go ahead with the Tenancy Agreement.
Your bond will be lodged with the NSW Fair Trading Office and held as security against any unpaid rent and/or damage to the property. A receipt for the bond will be sent to the rental property street address which is shown on the bond lodgment form.
Your Bond will be refunded to you soon after you vacate the property and the final inspection is completed, provided all rent has been paid and no monies owing for cleaning and/or repairs. A owner may also claim some or the entire bond if you fail to comply with any other obligation and the owner suffers some loss as a result of this.
Note – If the claim by the owner is greater than the bond, you may be ordered to pay the extra amount.
Property condition report
All residents will be provided with a detailed condition report, indicating the condition of the premises at the commencement of the lease.
This report is extremely important as it will be used when you vacate the property to determine if there are any variations that you accurately establish the condition of the property.
The report must be reviewed, signed and returned within the first seven (7) days of your tenancy OR otherwise it will be presumed that you agree with our assessment of the condition of the premises.
Keys, swipe cards, remote control units
Keys/swipe cards/remote control units will be given to the resident at the commencement of the lease. Our office retains a duplicate key to all properties for emergency access.
You may call your Portfolio Manager when you get locked out. A fee applies ($125) for unlocking the resident’s door. Alternatively, you can call a locksmith for assistance.
If you wish or need to change the lock in any circumstances, you will need to obtain permission from your Portfolio Manager and then supply us with a spare set of the new keys. This will be at the resident’s cost.
Returning keys – your tenancy does not terminate until the keys (including any copies you made) are returned to Green St Property Management. You will be responsible for paying rent until the keys are returned.
It is our pleasure to arrange utility connections on your behalf, we arrange these through YourPorter (connections, powered by iSelect), please advise if you wish us to do this for you. Check out their website if you would like to know more or call 1300 400 600.
Zero Tolerance Policy for Late Rent Payments.
When you sign your Residential Tenancy Agreement you undertake to pay your rent on or before the due date. If at any time you are unable to meet your rental payment commitment please notify us immediately.
The rental can be increased on the property only when the current tenancy agreement has expired, or is due to expire. A minimum of 60 days written notice must be given before the owner can increase the rent.
Green St Property Management will conduct a routine inspection at the property approximately every 6 months. The first inspection will occur 3 months after the start of your tenancy.
You will be issued with a notice of these inspections and we encourage you to be there to discuss any problems affecting your tenancy or contact us prior to the inspection to discuss any issues.
Final inspections are conducted at the end of the lease term or upon vacating. The final inspection will occur once the property has been fully vacated, cleaned and grounds made ready with keys returned.
Repairs and maintenance
All requests for repairs and maintenance must be reported via our website or via submission of a Maintenance Request Form we do not accept email or phone requests. Wherever possible please supply photos as proof of the problem.
In the event of an urgent repair required outside office hours and your Portfolio Manager is un-contactable, arrangement for repairs can be made directly with the tradespeople listed in the Emergency Contact section of our website.
Your Tenancy Agreement states the maximum permissible number of people who can occupy the property, if there is any change in either the original occupants or any additional occupants move into the property, please notify your Portfolio Manager immediately.
The owner’s consent is required should you wish to sub-lease the property.
Terminating the lease
If you would like to advise us of your intention to vacate the property, you would need to complete the Notice to Vacate Form. It can be found in the “lease” section of this website.
Notice of termination prior to the expiry of your fixed term agreement
This notice can be served up to and including the last day of the fixed term.
Notice of termination for periodic (open) agreement
Breaking the lease
If you need to break the lease you need to notify Green St Property Management immediately. You will be responsible for and must pay the rent until the property is leased to a suitable tenant. You will be responsible for paying:
A vacate notice may be sent to us using any of the following methods:
The owner’s insurance cover on the property does not extend to cover your belongings. We strongly suggest that you take out comprehensive contents to cover your belongings against fire, theft and other perils.
Ending residency process
- Fill out and submit a Notice to Vacate Form which indicates the notice period required
- Remove all personal belongings including furniture on the vacating date from the property
- Leave the property in the same condition as when leased to you
- We recommend that you make our Cleaning Checklist your guide for end of tenancy cleaning. Alternatively, you are encouraged to hire professional cleaning service and save the hassle. If the property is not left in a respectable condition, we will hire professional cleaners at your expense; this cost will be deducted from your bond.
- Return the keys including any copies you made to Green St Property Management. You will be responsible for paying rent until the keys are returned, all personal belongings are removed and property is cleaned.
- Final inspections are conducted upon vacating to ensure that no fixtures have been removed (e.g. light fittings)
- Your bond will be refunded to you promptly (typically within 14 days) after the property is fully vacated, less any deductions (e.g. damage) that may be agreed or directed by tribunal.