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  • Real Estate Australia For Sale & For Rent - First National Real Estate
    Talk Real Estate Real Estate Video Transcripts finance Get the Right Loan More About Tax Depreciation about us History How We Put You First Quality Assurance Real Estate First National Foundation Join First National Jobs Careers in Real Estate Energy Efficiency Real Estate on Facebook First National Competitions Competition Winners Contact Us Market Appraisal What is your home really worth Establishing the actual value of your home is essential in gaining the best possible result for your sale It also requires a great deal of local knowledge and homework Your local First National Real Estate office is part of one of Australia s largest real estate networks and is ideally positioned to assist you with the sale of your home Please complete the form below and click Request Appraisal For Sale For Rent Full Name Mandatory Address in which you reside Street Address Mandatory Suburb Mandatory P Code Mandatory How would you like to be contacted Mandatory Email address Contact Number number Property to be appraised Street No Street Name Mandatory Suburb Mandatory P Code Mandatory Please provide a description of the property including number of bedrooms bathrooms land size and or conditions When do you plan to sell Please Select 4 12 Weeks 4 6 months 6 12 months 1 year Get another image Listen Get an image Enter the words above Type what you hear You are here Property Appraisal Also in this section Search for a Real Estate Agent more Real Estate Guide for Sellers more Real Estate Auction more Auction updates on Twitter more Hot Property TV Appearances more Twitter Auction Action more RSS Feed Get the latest news Click here for a direct feed of our latest news and updates more Twitter RealEstateCast more Facebook Latest Listed Properties unit in auburn house in croydon house

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  • Real Estate Australia For Sale & For Rent - First National Real Estate
    Estate Network has jobs and career opportunities waiting for you Australia wide Follow the links below to see jobs and career opportunities available now Careers in Australian Capital Territory ACT 0 Jobs available Careers in New South Wales NSW 16 Jobs available Careers in Northern Territory NT 0 Jobs available Careers in Queensland QLD 6 Jobs available Careers in South Australia SA 5 Jobs available Careers in Victoria VIC 7 Jobs available Careers in Tasmania TAS 2 Jobs available Careers in Western Australia WA 2 Jobs available You are here Jobs Careers in Real Estate Also in this section History more How We Put You First more Quality Assurance Real Estate more First National Foundation more Join First National more Energy Efficiency more Real Estate on Facebook more First National Competitions more Competition Winners more Contact Us more Twitter Auction Action more RSS Feed Get the latest news Click here for a direct feed of our latest news and updates more Twitter RealEstateCast more Facebook Latest Listed Properties unit in auburn house in croydon house in elderslie land in lynbrook land in lynbrook land in lynbrook land in lynbrook land in lynbrook house in narellan vale house in surfers paradise Capital Cities and Surrounds Melbourne Homes For Sale Sydney Homes For Sale Brisbane Homes For Sale Darwin Homes For Sale Perth Homes For Sale Adelaide Homes For Sale Hobart Homes For Sale Canberra Homes For Sale States Real Estate Victoria Real Estate New South Wales Real Estate Queensland Real Estate Northern Territory Real Estate Western Australia Real Estate South Australia Real Estate Tasmania Real Estate ACT Real Estate Search Residential Real Estate Commercial Real Estate Rural Real Estate Holiday Rentals Businesses For Sale Fine Homes For Sale Rental Property New Zealand Vanuatu Santo Vanuatu Global Real Estate Resources Home Buy

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    towards the rear wall Cords should be kept short Store cleaning supplies hygiene products and other points and dangerous items such as razors knives etc in a locked closet or cabinet Living and Sleeping Areas Securely attach entertainment and shelving units to the wall to prevent them falling onto or being pulled down by a child Place screens preferably wall mounted around fireplaces radiators and other heating units Shorten strings and cords on curtains and blinds or tie them up as high as possible to avoid children becoming tangled in them Remove any poisonous plants and ensure house plants are kept out of a child s reach Outdoor Areas Ensure pools and spas are fully fenced with well maintained self closing gates Fence off play areas from the street and the driveway because cars and kids don t mix Safely store mobile BBQ s and ensure they are properly covered when not in use General hints Place safety gates at the top and bottom of all staircases and in doorways leading to rooms deemed unsafe or housing valuable and breakable items Accordion style gates with large openings that children could fit their heads through should be avoided Protect electricity outlets with plastic tamper proof socket covers to prevent children from inserting fingers and other objects into the sockets Place stickers on glass doors and low level windows so children don t run into them and move furniture with sharp corners such as coffee tables out of hallways and other places where children run about Pad sharp corners with foam or cushioning Never leave a small baby or child alone with pets or other children as they may unintentionally hurt the child or pet and cause it to nip bite or hurt the child in return Never leave a bucket of

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  • First National Real Estate Australia - Downloads
    or money spent on sprucing up your home can deliver significant financial results First National Real Estate is familiar with and understands differing buyer requirements To help us get you the best result for your home we have provided some tips that have proven to be invaluable to the successful home seller Consider re configuring rooms If you are advertising a three bedroom home for sale then that is what people will be coming to see Consider re organising the rooms for the sale to show them to their best advantage Hire or borrow some bedroom furniture and put excess items in storage Tidy up the garden Keep in mind that first impressions count Dig out weeds put mulch on the garden beds keep paths and the driveway swept prune and shape trees and shrubs and make sure rubbish bins are clean and tucked away Get rid of the clutter Crowded shelves and drawers can make rooms and storage space seem cluttered and smaller Consider putting non essential items in storage throughout the sale period Not everyone loves your cat as much as you If you have pets it is also advisable to keep them out of the house or ask friends or family if they will look after them during inspections Remember to air your house as well as store your pets bowls and toys prior to inspection Remember first impressions last Set the scene for your prospective buyer Draw attention to your property s best features by displaying fresh flowers and hanging decorative hand towels in the bathroom An open home is a great way to promote your property to prospective buyers With the right preparation an open home can be very successful Click here to obtain a free copy of a First National Real Estate guide Search

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    for you Prepare all necessary Documentation and know the Legislation inside out The lease or tenancy contract is the legal contract between the tenant and landlord or agent This covers the amount of rent to be paid the method of payment term of the agreement security bond amount and other conditions and rules There are two types of tenancy agreements A Fixed Term agreement is for a set period of time Even though the agreement will have an end date it is still necessary for the tenant to give notice in writing or in the case of the landlord to give a Notice to Vacate to Tenant s of Rented Premises when a tenant is required to leave at the end of the agreement A Periodic Term agreement is set from week to week or month to month In the case of neither the tenant nor landlord giving notice to end the fixed term agreement the agreement automatically becomes a periodic tenancy agreement Before signing a tenancy agreement the agent or landlord must give the tenant a copy to review When both parties have signed the tenant should be given a duplicate signed copy within 14 days Make sure you re covered for everything You will need to develop a faultless record keeping system to regulate rental payments and maintenance requests Rent receipts should always be issued along with records of bond lodgement and refund and detailed inspection sheets These documents will all be essential if you are required to attend a tribunal to resolve a dispute with a tenant Keep up appearances Before occupancy it will be your responsibility to ensure that the property is clean and secure and that all appliances and facilities are in safe working order Once the tenant moves in you will need to ensure all repairs and routine maintenance tasks are carried out quickly and satisfactorily Find the appropriate tenant Finding the appropriate tenant can be more difficult than it seems You will need to decide on an advertising strategy arrange and conduct open and or private inspections Be particularly careful to check applicants references rental history and ability to meet payments Highrisk tenants will often target private landlords in the hope that they will be less thorough than a professional property manager Setting and collecting rent When deciding what you will charge for rent it is important that you find the right balance between what you would like to be receiving and what the market will deliver Inspect as many properties as possible that are similar to your property in terms of size quality and location and get a feel for what other landlords are charging You will then need to settle on payment methods make the necessary arrangements and establish strict arrears control measures Conduct regular inspections For the protection of your investment you will need to conduct regular inspections of the property and keep detailed records of your observations Detailed feedback should be provided for the tenant along with clear instructions

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