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Giving Written Notice

Notice in Writing  

If you wish to vacate the property whether you wish to break a fixed term lease, leave at the end of your fixed term agreement, or give notice on a periodic (non-fixed term) agreement, we require you to inform us in writing using the following vacate notice.

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Leaving at the expiry of your fixed term agreement

If you wish to vacate at the end of your lease, please inform us in writing at least 4 weeks before the end date of your agreement. This gives us enough time to secure another tenant after you vacate

Breaking your fixed term agreement

If you wish to break your lease, you can expect to pay some or all of the following costs:

  1. Rent until the property is re-let.
  2. Advertising costs to re-let the property.
  3. The letting fee of no more than 2.2 weeks rent (payable pro-rata)

You will also be required to maintain the property until it is re-let, including care of the property and gardens and maintaining the supply of services such as power to the property.

Breaking your lease can be a costly experience and we encourage you to contact the Property Manager to discuss your options should you feel that you are unable to continue with the lease.

Ending a periodic tenancy

You can end a periodic tenancy without having to give a reason, however you need to give at least 21 days notice (in writing). However if your rent is payable calendar monthly according to your tenancy agreement, you are required to give us a full calendar months notice.

Giving access to prospective tenants

We ask that you grant us access to showing the property to prospective tenants at least 28 days prior to your vacating/end of the lease. This allows us to secure a tenant to move in as soon as possible after the property becomes vacant.