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Renting Real Estate Guides for Your State

Are you looking at renting a home but not sure where to start?  Is it your first rental in a new state and you are not sure where to begin or is it your first move out of home? To help you navigate the rental process and find your new home sooner we have compiled these in-depth state and territory guides full of everything you need to know.

From where you should look for a rental property and how to determine your wish list, the value of inspections and what to look for, the best way to apply for a rental property, the costs of renting and a special look at those charges that are state or territory based.  We also cover condition reports and tenancy agreements and what you need to be aware of.

Happy home hunting!

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Renting Real Estate in South Australia


Renting is a popular option for many people, especially those that aren't ready for the permanence of buying South Australian real estate. But what exactly does the tenancy process entail in SA? Here is a look at the renting process, where to look for rental properties, how best to apply for a rental property, the costs of renting, conditions reports and what should be included, plus an overview of the tenancy agreement.

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Renting Real Estate in Western Australia


Are you looking to move into Western Australian rental real estate, but don't know the process? Here is a guide to get you started on your tenancy in WA. From where to look for a rental property, how to inspect a property and apply for a rental tenancy. We look at the condition report and what you need to be aware of, the costs of renting in WA and the different types of tenancy agreements and the fine print you need to be aware of.

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Renting in New South Wales


For many people that either aren't ready to buy real estate, or perhaps bought an investment property elsewhere but still want to live in the city, renting in NSW remains the most viable option. Even though it offers more fluidity than the relative permanence of buying a home, there are still a lot of legalities and costs you should keep a close eye on. So, let's take a look at the process of becoming a tenant in NSW.

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