Changes To Residential Tenancy Law

As you are aware, changes to Residential Tenancy Law now require that every residence which is leased must have minimum levels of security.

These include deadbolts installed on all ground-level timber doors that don’t have security screens, as well as locks on all windows and porch lights at all front doors.

Owners have two years from 1 July 2013 to implement new security updates. Is your investment property up to scratch? Now is the time to take action.

In conjunction with Central Lock & Key, Rentwest are happy to organise a thorough security check for your investment property. Central Lock & Key will provide you with a written report advising any work that needs to be undertaken to ensure that your property is compliant with the changes to the law.

The cost for this service is $85 for south of the river and $95 for north of the river.

If you’d like to go ahead with this security check, please contact your property manager.

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