We Strive to Provide 5-Star Service to Our Valued Tenants.
Our properties are well-presented and well-maintained, our staff are efficient and friendly, and we offer many convenient ways for you to pay your rent.
The information in this section is designed specifically for use by our Tenants. Please also refer to the Information Guide which was given to you in your Welcome Pack.
If you have a general question about renting property, you might find your answer in our FAQ Page.
Below are some in-house forms that you may find useful during your time with us.
Click on each heading to download the form you need.
If you are unable to print these forms please contact our office on 07 3888 0098 or firstname.lastname@example.org and we can post them to you.
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Download the RTA information booklet which outlines your rights and responsibilities as a tenant. For more detailed information please click on the RTA link in the sidebar on the right.
If you are unable to collect the keys at the start of your tenancy, you can send a representative in your place.
Please fill in this form and return to Solutions Property Management BEFORE your lease start date:
If you would like to make a request to the Owner of the property you are renting, you must do this in writing by using this form.
(Examples include: approval to install Pay TV, approval to put hooks in walls, request for installation of ceiling fans, etc).
Keeping of pets at the property are strictly prohibited unless they have been approved by the Owner and it is written into your lease. This includes ‘baby-sitting’ someone else’s pet, even for just one day.
For current tenants who would like to apply to keep a pet at the property, please fill out this form and submit to our office. The form must be signed off by us (on behalf of the owner) BEFORE the pet moves in.
When inviting another person to live at your rental property, it is not always necessary to sign a new lease.
However, it is always a good idea to ensure that your property manager is aware that there is an approved occupant living at the property.
If you would like to leave at the end of your lease agreement, it must be submitted to our office in writing, stating the date you intend to vacate. It must be signed by ALL lease-holders. Minimum notice period is two weeks, or the end of the lease, whichever is the LATTER.
The easiest way to advise us you are not renewing your lease is to fill out and submit an RTA form 13. The required notice periods are stated on page 2.
If an incident causing injury has occurred at the property you are renting, please fill out this form and submit to our office immediately.