Every six months, the real estate agent visit for the routine property inspection.....

TraamisVOS

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... and every. single. time. she says: "YOU HAVE CATS? DO WE KNOW THAT??"

Every 6 months for the past 2 years: "YES YES YES YES YES. EVEN THE LANDLORD HAS MET THE CATS WHEN YOU BROUGHT HIM OVER TO VISIT."

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TraamisVOS

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Are Aus' rentals usually yearly leases or month-to-month? If yearly, are they allowed to raise the rent mid-lease or with just 8 weeks notice is that for month-to-month agreements?
It's generally yearly leases or whatever you wish to negotiate with the landlord. It can sometimes be 2 years. As far as I know, they're only allowed to raise the rent at the time when the lease is up for renewal. However, whatever arrangement you have with the landlord, I think the landlord must provide 8 weeks notice any time they want to raise the rent.
 

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