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Becoming A Landlord

When you rent out a home in NSW and become a ‘landlord’, knowing your rights and responsibilities will help you avoid or resolve differences you may have with your tenant. The NSW Government’s Fair Trading website has a comprehensive Tenants and Home Owners section, from which the following information has been sourced.

Starting a Tenancy – A Guide for Landlords

When you are thinking about renting out a residential property, there are a number of things to consider. Once you make the decision to become a landlord, you will need to ensure you are clear about how to get started.

  • Deciding to use an agent
  • Discrimination in the rental market
  • Completing a tenancy agreement
  • Filling out a condition report
  • Taking a bond
  • Safety and security

All the information in this section (Starting a Tenancy) has been compiled into one ready-to-print PDF document. To print or download information on any or all of the topics in this section, go to Starting a tenancy – information for landlords.

During a Tenancy – A Guide for Landlords

Once the tenancy agreement has been signed, your tenant has moved in and their tenancy is underway, you need to be aware of a range of procedures that must be followed during a tenancy.

  • Right of entry
  • Putting up the rent
  • Passing on water charges
  • Natural disasters
  • Non-payment of rent
  • Alteration requests from your tenant
  • Subletting requests from your tenant
  • Serving notice

All the information in this section (During a Tenancy) has been compiled into one ready-to-print PDF document. To print or download information on any or all of the topics in this section, go to During a tenancy – information for landlords.

Ending a Tenancy – A Guide for Landlords

When it comes time for a tenancy to end, there are procedures and rules that landlords need to follow.

  • Giving a termination notice
  • Making a bond claim
  • Goods left behind by your tenant
  • Using tenancy databases

All the information in this section (Ending a Tenancy) has been compiled into one ready-to-print PDF document. To print or download information on any or all of the four topics in this section, go to Ending a tenancy – information for landlords.

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