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Renting eBooks, Checklists and FAQ's

Since 1928 LJ Hooker has been helping people rent a home and as a result we know a thing or two about renting real estate. 

We hope you find these information packed eBooks, checklists and FAQ's useful.  From an open home planner so you never miss one again, to checklists on what to look for in a property, how to save money while living in your rental home through to practical tips on styling your home to make it your own.

Happy renting!

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First time renters FAQ's

Renting a property for the first time comes with many questions. Here are the answers to our most common questions.

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Open for Inspection Planner

This handy planner has been created to help you manage your open home visits. It enables you to map out open for inspection times, property addresses, agent details and property prices to make the home hunting process easier.

Open Apartment Inspection Checklist

Doing a thourough inspection is crtitical when you are looking at buying - but what do you need to look at? Here is our handy in-depth apartment / unit inspection checklist that walks you through each area of the property and shows you what to look for. From evaluating the outside area, the living space, bedrooms, bathrooms, kitchen, laundry and parking this checklist has it all. Download it now.

Open House Inspection Checklist

Our open house inspection checklist is your ultimate evaluation tool. This handy checklist will guide you through what to look for in each room and space of the property you are inspecting to help you determine if this is the home for you. It guides you through what to look for in each space of the property. From evaluating the land, the proximity to important services, rates and fees, features outside of the property, the living areas, bedrooms, bathrooms, the kitchen, laundry and garaging and car spaces. Download our handy checklist now.

Rent Smart Guide

You don’t have to own your property to reduce your environmental impact, save money and increase your comfort at home. Renters too can find many simple, inexpensive ways to reduce a rental home’s energy and water use. To make it easier we have tips for each room of the house. These range from the simplest tweaks to improvements that may require permission from your landlord.