Office Operating Hours
Monday to Friday 9.00 am – 5.00 pm
Saturday 9.00 am – 1.00 pm
Sunday and Public Holidays Closed.
Any appointments must be booked prior to coming into the office.
Promotion Reconstruct Real Estate arranges marketing immediately once you have entered into an agreement with the office. We provide 3 website links – www.rentfind.com.au, www.domain.com.au, and www.reconstructrealestate.com.au. Advertising can be arranged through local papers and the SMH if you should choose. Open for inspections can be arranged once the enquiry call has been correctly qualified.
Application checks Our office follows a stringent process of 100 point check and background checks on all tenants. More information can be obtained in theTenancy Application form.
Condition reports This report forms part of the residential tenancy agreement. It forms details of the condition of the property at the commencement of the tenancy. This report can also include external photos as written documentation does not always display enough room to outline all property features. This is common with houses including gardens / pools etc.
Additional terms As a reassurance to our clients we include an additional term as part of the lease to outline the tenants responsibilities and highlight common problems to ensure there is no confusion renting through our agency.
Bonds Tenants are required to pay a bond prior to the commencement of their tenancy agreement. The bond is lodged with the Rent Bond Board. Bond comprises of 4 weeks. The amount of bond that is paid (if any) must be written on the agreement.
Management questions for consideration There are some important issues to consider when making the decision about managing your rental property.
• Do you have time to liaise with the tenants on all day to day matters including repairs?
• Are you prepared for the responsibility that this involves?
• Do you know what your rights and responsibilities are?
• Do you know the tenants’ rights and responsibilities?
• What are the financial implications of appointing an agent versus self management?