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Marketing Your Property

How should the property be presented?

We ask that the property be presented in the best manner possible so that it attracts the right tenant. Remember – you never get a second chance to create a first impression! Please refer to our guide ‘Getting Your Property Ready for Tenancy’ with tips and a checklist on how to present your property for rent.

How clean should the property be when a new tenant moves in?

The property should be presented ‘reasonably clean’ in accordance with legislative requirements. As a very general rule we find that tenants tend to keep the property at the standard they found it – so if it starts spotlessly clean, it’s more likely to be left that way.
This is why we ask that a ‘spring clean’ be conducted on the property in between tenancies, when necessary, so as to maintain a very high standard. We encourage our landlords to budget for this to maintain a good return on their investment and to maximise where possible. We are happy to provide advice on ways to increase the value of your investment property. However, in the case of a dispute, legally we can only enforce that the tenant return the property in a ‘reasonably clean’ condition, this being their minimum legal obligation.

Click here for our guide ‘Getting Your Property Ready for Tenancy’.


Once we have a signed Management Agreement authorising us to act on your behalf we advertise your property in the following ways:

1. Internet

We advertise with photos and a detailed description on the following websites:

2. Rental listing brochure

Your property is advertised in our office Rental Listing Brochure with a photo and details of your property. This is given to prospective tenants who visit our office.

3. Database of prospective tenants

We keep a database of prospective tenants waiting for a property. We email and/or call our entire prospective tenants database every time our rental list is updated.

4. “For Rent” signboard

When possible we will erect a full size “For Rent” signboard outside the property in full view of the road.