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  • First National Real Estate Tim Farnan - Thinking about Selling Your Property?
    Sale Real Estate Tips VIP Buyer Real Estate Investment SELLING FREE Sale Appraisal Thinking of Selling Selling Information Property Conveyancing RENTING FREE Rental Appraisal Search Current Rentals Tenant Information Maintenance Request Form Landlord Information Property Mangement VIP Renter Alert VIP Commercial Tenant Alert Tenant Notice Board Rental Guide Booklet Service Satisfaction Mobile Register COMMUNITY Shire of Melton Local Businesses OUR COMPANY Services A Little Bit About Us Meet Our Team Contact Us USEFUL LINKS Finance First National Foundation First National Australia Energy Efficiency commercialfn com Subscribe for our newsletter View our National eMagazine Real Estate Glossary Google RECENTLY SOLD RECENTLY LEASED Thinking about Selling Your Property First National Real Estate can help you sell your home quickly for the best possible price Here are some tips that have proven to be invaluable to the successful home seller Looking to sell Request an obligation free property appraisal Residential for sale bacchus marsh brookfield dunnstown eynesbury hopetoun park kurunjang melton melton south melton west toolern vale Residential for rent kurunjang melton melton south melton west sunshine toolern vale Commercial for sale melton melton south Commercial for lease melton melton south Business for sale melton Sitemap HOME SEARCH FOR A PROPERTY BUYING SELLING

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  • First National Real Estate Tim Farnan - SELLING INFORMATION
    sellers will put their homes on the market so there will be more competition Winter usually presents fewer buyers but the buyers are usually more focussed on purchasing and traditionally there will be fewer homes on the market to choose from Prior to placing your home on the market allow an additional two weeks to prepare both the property and the marketing material PRESENTATION A tidy home says Welcome Your home should be kept neat and tidy during the period of inspections It should not necessarily be a show place but appear a comfortable home in which to live Fresh flowers or indoor plants always brighten up a home While you re cleaning think about each room and what furniture really needs to be in it Rooms look smaller when they are crowded Clear out anything that s not needed to create a feeling of spaciousness Make sure that all minor repairs are completed Sticking doors and windows loose door knobs faulty plumbing peeling paint or faulty flywire may affect your sale Let plenty of light into your home Nothing improves atmosphere more than brightness And on a dull day switch on some lights prior to arrival of prospective purchasers A warm comfortable heated home on cold days adds a feeling of cosiness on a hot day don t forget to turn on the air conditioner or fan or simply let the breeze flow through Avoid having too many people present during inspections Be courteous but don t force conversation with a potential buyer The prospective purchaser wants to inspect your home not pay a social call As a general rule it is advisable to turn off radio and television sets during inspections as they can be very distracting Keep your pets out of the way preferably out of the

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  • First National Real Estate Tim Farnan - Some Local Conveyancing Agents & Solicitor's
    Mobile Register BUYING New Properties For Sale Real Estate Tips VIP Buyer Real Estate Investment SELLING FREE Sale Appraisal Thinking of Selling Selling Information Property Conveyancing RENTING FREE Rental Appraisal Search Current Rentals Tenant Information Maintenance Request Form Landlord Information Property Mangement VIP Renter Alert VIP Commercial Tenant Alert Tenant Notice Board Rental Guide Booklet Service Satisfaction Mobile Register COMMUNITY Shire of Melton Local Businesses OUR COMPANY Services A Little Bit About Us Meet Our Team Contact Us USEFUL LINKS Finance First National Foundation First National Australia Energy Efficiency commercialfn com Subscribe for our newsletter View our National eMagazine Real Estate Glossary Google RECENTLY SOLD RECENTLY LEASED Some Local Conveyancing Agents Solicitor s Callea Pearce Conveyancing Law 9743 1333 Melton Law Offices 9743 9488 Homecall Conveyancing 9743 2080 Bernie O Farrell Cameo Conveyancing 9743 1611 Hayden Legro Lawyers 9747 9679 Residential for sale bacchus marsh brookfield dunnstown eynesbury hopetoun park kurunjang melton melton south melton west toolern vale Residential for rent kurunjang melton melton south melton west sunshine toolern vale Commercial for sale melton melton south Commercial for lease melton melton south Business for sale melton Sitemap HOME SEARCH FOR A PROPERTY BUYING SELLING RENTING COMMUNITY OUR COMPANY USEFUL LINKS

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  • First National Real Estate Tim Farnan - RENTING - Tenant Information
    commencement of your tenancy and will be used as a comparison at the end of your tenancy as the basis on which your bond is refunded Please check it and note down any changes you may have on a separate sheet of paper You have three 3 working days after the commencement of your tenancy to complete return it to our office If you neglect to return a signed copy of this report you will forfeit your right to object if there is a disagreement at the end of your tenancy Rent Arrears Our rent arrears procedure is very simple You will receive numerous phone calls text messages and letters until the fifteenth 15 day when a Notice to Vacate is served and an Application made to the Residential Tenancies Tribunal for vacant possession of the property together with all rent due plus costs Please remember our landlords have financial commitments to meet and they rely on rent being paid on time Contact Details Please advise the office of the telephone numbers and email address at the property when you have it connected Also if you change employment during your tenancy please advise your property manager of the new business number There are various reasons you may need to be contacted throughout your tenancy by your property manager such as repairs and this information is vital Communication It is important that you contact our office if you have any problems or questions pertaining to your tenancy We are able to find a solution to most problems but we must know what they are Therefore please do not hesitate to contact us If you would prefer a confidential discussion we are willing to oblige However we do ask that you telephone our office and arrange an appointment with us to ensure a prompt and uninterrupted discussion Keys You will need to make an appointment to collect your keys at the commencement of your tenancy Each tenant named on the lease must be present at the appointment and the rent and bond must be paid in full before the keys can be handed over If you change any locks during your tenancy it is a provision of the Residential Tenancies Act 1997 that you supply this office with a key It is your responsibility to return all keys to the property to this office at the end of your tenancy Insurance It is a concern that many tenants are not in the habit of insuring their own belongings The landlords insurance policy does not cover your furniture and personal property and we therefore advise that you obtain adequate contents insurance With the ever increasing incidence of burglary and theft we strongly recommend you take out content s insurance cover Legal Occupants We remind you that the property has been let to those persons named on the original lease agreement including children If you wish to change the tenancy arrangements you MUST contact our office first for prior approval from your landlord If

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  • First National Real Estate Tim Farnan - RENTING - Landlord Information
    the manner in which rental properties are promoted to their audience makes a difference to the speed at which they are tenanted Many agents apply one standard to the marketing of their homes for sale yet another to rental properties We take equal care with both We develop a plan in consultation with you however a First National Tim Farnan marketing programme typically incorporates Internet advertising First National Tim Farnan website plus Realestate com au Domain com au realestateview com au onthehouse com au rent com au Instant SMS and email prospective tenant database alerts For Lease signboard Rental List updated and distributed on a daily basis Efficiency We also have access to a class leading marketing system that is exclusive to First National Real Estate Utopia Utopia enables tenants looking for vacant rental properties to register their wish list with us As soon as your property becomes available for lease we instantly cross match your property with our database and notify every potential tenant of its availability in minutes This assures that there are no delays and that your property can be let or re let much faster In many cases we re out of the blocks and have located a new tenant before traditional marketing methods even get off the ground Last but not least First National provides you with additional tenancy opportunities through our Pet Friendly Rentals website search feature Responsible pet owners know just how hard it can be to find vacancies where the landlord is willing to consider tenants with pets As a result many take great care to ensure that their rental records are immaculate and that their pets have good references Such tenants can make excellent long term tenants so if you re willing to consider them as part of your overall mix just let us know and we ll make sure your property is flagged as Pet Friendly on our website We ll take extra special care to ensure that only docile dogs considerate cats or other appropriate companion animals for that matter are considered Tenant Selection Successful property management begins with the careful screening of applicants Your Property Manager will apply stringent criteria to the review of all applications and consult you directly The process begins well before an application is received though Keys are never handed to prospective tenants Our team will handle all enquiries and property inspections directly so rapport can be built and an initial assessment conducted Applications are checked thoroughly and can incorporate a combination of checks such as employers referees and prior rental history through the National Tenancy Database We also ensure the prospective tenant is properly idnetified through an identity check similar to when you open an account at the bank Prospective tenant applications are presented to you for your selection and input as to who you would like in your property Documentation First National Tim Farnan will prepare all the necessary documentation required by law A Property Condition Report is prepared prior to the

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  • First National Real Estate Tim Farnan - Services We Will Provide for You....
    in consultation with you however a First National Tim Farnan marketing programme typically incorporates Internet advertising First National Tim Farnan website plus Realestate com au Domain com au realestateview com au onthehouse com au rent com au Instant SMS and email prospective tenant database alerts For Lease signboard Rental List updated and distributed on a daily basis Efficiency We also have access to a class leading marketing system that is exclusive to First National Real Estate Utopia Utopia enables tenants looking for vacant rental properties to register their wish list with us As soon as your property becomes available for lease we instantly cross match your property with our database and notify every potential tenant of its availability in minutes This assures that there are no delays and that your property can be let or re let much faster In many cases we re out of the blocks and have located a new tenant before traditional marketing methods even get off the ground Last but not least First National provides you with additional tenancy opportunities through our Pet Friendly Rentals website search feature Responsible pet owners know just how hard it can be to find vacancies where the landlord is willing to consider tenants with pets As a result many take great care to ensure that their rental records are immaculate and that their pets have good references Such tenants can make excellent long term tenants so if you re willing to consider them as part of your overall mix just let us know and we ll make sure your property is flagged as Pet Friendly on our website We ll take extra special care to ensure that only docile dogs considerate cats or other appropriate companion animals for that matter are considered Tenant Selection Successful property management begins with the careful screening of applicants Your Property Manager will apply stringent criteria to the review of all applications and consult you directly The process begins well before an application is received though Keys are never handed to prospective tenants Our team will handle all enquiries and property inspections directly so rapport can be built and an initial assessment conducted Applications are checked thoroughly and can incorporate a combination of checks such as employers referees and prior rental history through the National Tenancy Database We also ensure the prospective tenant is properly idnetified through an identity check similar to when you open an account at the bank Prospective tenant applications are presented to you for your selection and input as to who you would like in your property Documentation First National Tim Farnan will prepare all the necessary documentation required by law A Property Condition Report is prepared prior to the commencement of the lease and copies are provided to the tenant Other records can be made and held on file as evidence of the property s condition at the time of lease Disbursement Of Your Funds The rent collected by us is disbursed weekly on Wednesdays after tenants have paid

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  • First National Real Estate Tim Farnan - RENTING INFORMATION
    rent arrears procedure is very simple You will receive numerous phone calls text messages and letters until the fifteenth 15 day when a Notice to Vacate is served and an Application made to the Residential Tenancies Tribunal for vacant possession of the property together with all rent due plus costs Please remember our landlords have financial commitments to meet and they rely on rent being paid on time Contact Details Please advise the office of the telephone numbers and email address at the property when you have it connected Also if you change employment during your tenancy please advise your property manager of the new business number There are various reasons you may need to be contacted throughout your tenancy by your property manager such as repairs and this information is vital Communication It is important that you contact our office if you have any problems or questions pertaining to your tenancy We are able to find a solution to most problems but we must know what they are Therefore please do not hesitate to contact us If you would prefer a confidential discussion we are willing to oblige However we do ask that you telephone our office and arrange an appointment with us to ensure a prompt and uninterrupted discussion Keys You will need to make an appointment to collect your keys at the commencement of your tenancy Each tenant named on the lease must be present at the appointment and the rent and bond must be paid in full before the keys can be handed over If you change any locks during your tenancy it is a provision of the Residential Tenancies Act 1997 that you supply this office with a key It is your responsibility to return all keys to the property to this office at the end of your tenancy Insurance It is a concern that many tenants are not in the habit of insuring their own belongings The landlords insurance policy does not cover your furniture and personal property and we therefore advise that you obtain adequate contents insurance With the ever increasing incidence of burglary and theft we strongly recommend you take out content s insurance cover Legal Occupants We remind you that the property has been let to those persons named on the original lease agreement including children If you wish to change the tenancy arrangements you MUST contact our office first for prior approval from your landlord If approval is given our tenancy records will be updated accordingly Anyone else residing at a property on a permanent basis without approval is an illegal occupant and action against them through the Residential Tenancies Tribunal will be taken Pets Prior to occupation the owner must give permission for you to keep pets on the property Should you wish to get a pet during your tenancy you must request the owner s permission in writing stating the type of pet breed and age prior to accquiring the pet Tenants must rectify any damage or residual

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  • First National Real Estate Tim Farnan - A Guide for Tenants and Landlords
    Tenant Information Maintenance Request Form Landlord Information Property Mangement VIP Renter Alert VIP Commercial Tenant Alert Tenant Notice Board Rental Guide Booklet Service Satisfaction Mobile Register COMMUNITY Shire of Melton Local Businesses OUR COMPANY Services A Little Bit About Us Meet Our Team Contact Us USEFUL LINKS Finance First National Foundation First National Australia Energy Efficiency commercialfn com Subscribe for our newsletter View our National eMagazine Real Estate Glossary Google RECENTLY SOLD RECENTLY LEASED A Guide for Tenants and Landlords This quide explains what tenants landlords and agents must do to follow Victoria s residential tenancy laws The main piece of legislation that covers tenants landlords and agents is the Residential Tenancies Act 1997 the Act Consumer Affairs Victoria produces the quide as a summary of many of the rights and duties of landlords and tenants under a tenancy agreement It should not be used as a substitute for the Act or professional advice Click on this link to download your copy http 202 91 7 245 storage 1086 content 1086 290410112555 408 pdf Residential for sale bacchus marsh brookfield dunnstown eynesbury hopetoun park kurunjang melton melton south melton west toolern vale Residential for rent kurunjang melton melton south melton

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