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Find out why more property owners choose Prudential Real Estate to manage their investment property

 
How we find the best tenant for your property
In order to find the best tenant it's important to have the widest choice of applicants competing to rent your property. We manage this by advertising widely to attract the best quality tenants. Our advertising and marketing includes internet advertising on 6 national real estate portals, local paper advertising, open houses, availability lists and lots more. Lots of advertising provides you with more choice.
You can view a sample of our our internet advertising on RealEstate.com.au by clicking here.
 
How we assess which tenant is best
When a tenant asks to rent your property we ask them to complete our thorough 2-page application form, agree to our 4-page letting policy and supply multiple identifying documents and references. Then we perform a thorough check of the tenant by accessing two unique on-line tenancy databases and by obtaining a reference from their employer and their previous landlord or agent. Only when we are confident do we recommend the tenant to you.

You can view a copy of our Tenancy Application Form by clicking here.

You can view a copy of our Letting Policy by clicking here

 
How we manage legal compliance for you and your family
Only when you approve the tenant do we prepare all the documentation to secure the tenancy. This includes a correctly prepared Residential Tenancy Agreement, a thorough property condition report (which includes up to 90 photographs) as well as the various banking documentation to ensure rent payments are made on time. We then ask the tenant to attend an interview at our office where we explain all the documents and review our expectations during the term of the tenancy.
You can check out a standard Residential Tenancy Agreement by clicking here.
 
How we ensure the rent is paid on time
We collect rent by electronically debiting the tenants bank account once a week. The tenant need never come to our office to pay rent. This allows us to control the payment process which leads to lower arrears and more consistent payments for our landlords.
 
 
How we keep an eye on the condition of your property
We conduct a thorough internal and external inspection of every new tenancy within 90 days of commencement to ensure the tenant is looking after your investment as you would expect. Then we continue to conduct regular inspections as often as 4 times per year depending on your instructions.
You can view an example of our Periodic Inspection Form by clicking here.
 
What happens at the end of the tenancy agreement?
When the tenant decides to leave we provide them with clear advice as to the level of cleanliness we require when they vacate. After they leave we conduct a thorough internal and external inspection to assess any changes in condition that may have occurred since the tenant first took occupation. If the condition has declined we make a claim against the tenant's bond on your behalf.
See a copy of our Vacating Condition expectations by clicking here.
 
What happens if we have to go to tribunal?
Because we manage the tenancy process with care from beginning to end less than 1% of our managed properties are subject to legal action at any one time.  However, if we do have to attend tribunal on your behalf be assured our team members are fully-trained to represent your rights. We mostly appear on your behalf in order to enforce the Residential Tenancy Agreement for rental arrears or other non-compliance issues. You are not required to attend when we appear at tribunal - acting in your best interests is all part of the job we do for you.
You can find out what happens at tribunal by clicking here
 
What added, no-cost extras will you enjoy?
As part of our service we can also arrange for payment of your council rates, your water rates, your strata levies and your insurance premiums. Most of all, our considered advice (probably the most valuable part of our service) is free. After almost 25 years in operation in Campbelltown we probably know the answer to almost any property management problem you can imagine. All you need do is ask - we love to help with all aspects of your investment property. Everyone of us aims to make your rental property a truly "set-and-forget" investment.
 
 
What happens if we decide to sell?
Property investment produces the best results over the medium and long-term. But sometimes circumstances require that your investment property be sold. When this happens we liaise directly with your tenant to ensure a smooth sale, undertake all the marketing and buyer inspections whilst your tenant remains in your property and continues to pay rent. You can find a full description of our property selling service at www.sellmyproperty.info


 
Click here to view details of Prudential's property selling sevice
 
What makes Prudential different from the other agents?
Most people believe one real estate agent is the same as the next.  Nothing could be further from the truth!  We have compiled a quick list of the services offered by Prudential in comparison to most other local real estate agency businesses which you can read by clicking on the link below.



 

Click here to read a comparison of property rental services offered by local agents