Once you own an investment property and become
a landlord, you have to learn how to effectively manage it and a huge part of this is ensuring that your tenants are
issue of animals being kept in units or apartments has long generated heated
debate amongst tenants, landlords, property managers, and the wider community.
who has been stuck living near a heart-broken dog left locked indoors all-day
knows only too well how frustrating that can be: a constantly barking dog can
be hard to ignore.
common complaints in relation to animals include toileting – as some owners
don’t pick up after their pets – and damage to common property.
in mind that laws have been introduced in some states that mean a body corporate or landlord cannot reasonably refuse to allow someone to keep a
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Friday, 30 October 2020