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Tenants

We go out of our way to build strong relationships with our Tenants.

If you’re a Rental Property Network Tenant, we want you to feel proud that you’re a part of our network and know that you’ll be treated fairly and respectfully.

Renting made easy.

We want to take the hassle out of renting a property, and the best way our Property Managers do that is by establishing a trusting relationship with their Tenants. Tenants can then be assured that their Property Manager is just a direct phone call away and will deal with any issues. It also means they won’t have to go through the office and wait for a response.

The way we treat our Tenants means that they often come to us when they want to move on or find a bigger place. They know that with our huge network of properties and specialist resources, we will do everything we can to help them find the right place to suit their needs.

And, because they’re treated well and respected, when the time comes to buy their own investment property, they know that Rental Property Network will go above and beyond; that we will endeavour to find Tenants for them who are just as good as they are.

Doing things differently means a better renting experience.

At Rental Property Network, our Property Managers are caring, supportive and focussed on providing the best rental experience for our Tenants.

NOT JUST ‘STAFF’

Our Property Managers are invested in our business and dedicated to helping you.

COMMUNICATION IS KEY

No middle man… you communicate directly with your personal Property Manager.

SMALLER PORTFOLIO

Our Property Managers aren’t overwhelmed with extensive portfolio’s they can’t manage effectively.

LOCAL AREA EXPERTISE

Our Property Managers are on the ground and know the areas in which they operate.

PROSPECT TENANT SHARING

Our network allows us to share around good Tenants when they are moving out of a property or have applied for one where there are multiple suitable applications.

LOVE OUR TRADIES

Our positive relationships with our trusted tradies means maintenance issues are fixed fast.

LOVE OUR TRADIES

Our positive relationships with our trusted tradies means maintenance issues are fixed fast.

PROSPECT TENANT SHARING

Our network allows us to share around good Tenants when they are moving out of a property or have applied for one where there are multiple suitable applications.

LOCAL AREA EXPERTISE

Our Property Managers are on the ground and know the areas in which they operate.

SMALLER PORTFOLIO

Our Property Managers aren’t overwhelmed with extensive portfolio’s they can’t manage effectively.

COMMUNICATION IS KEY

No middle man… you communicate directly with your personal Property Manager.

NOT JUST ‘STAFF’

Our Property Managers are invested in our business and dedicated to helping you.

Featured Listings

Low maintenance home.

3 Wayfarer Mews, Smithfield SA 5114

$530 per week$2,120 Bond
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BE THE FIRST TO LIVE IN THIS STUNNING HOME!

23 Glenthorne Crescent, Andrews Farm SA 5114

$700/Weekly$2,800 Bond
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Spacious Family Home with Versatile Outbuildings and Ample Parking.

32 Jane St, Port Noarlunga South SA 5167

$600/Weekly$2,400 Bond
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3-Bedroom Home in a Prime Location

22 Warwick Street, Salisbury East SA 5109

$475/Weekly$1,900 Bond
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Large home, Great location

18 Alicante avenue, Wynn Vale SA 5127

$660 per week$2,640 Bond
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Wonderful Townhouse available now

4/278 Military Road, Grange SA 5022

$520/Weekly$2,080 Bond
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Frequently asked questions (FAQ’s)

Maintenance is a normal part of renting, and to ensure that we are able to remedy it all Maintenance Requests need to be sent to us in writing. In an emergency, start by ensuring that everyone in and around the property is safe, and then contact us immediately to arrange trades. In this situation, we recommend calling your Property Manager directly, as well as confirming in writing.

Though every property is different, rent generally does not include the cost of utilities unless specified otherwise. You will need to arrange your own Electricity, Gas, Internet and Phone services unless your lease notes that they are included or to remain in the Landlords name. We can offer you a service called Move Me In to assist you with this process. Water Bills in South Australia always stay in the Landlords name and we will invoice you for this when sent to us by SA Water.

Of course! You are absolutely able to make use of any picture hooks already on the walls of your rental property. If you wish to install additional hooks, then ensure you email your Property Manager with the details so that they can seek approval from the landlord beforehand.

Pets in tanks, such as fish or reptiles, can generally be kept without any issue. However, pets such as Dogs, Cats, Horses or other animals must be disclosed as part of your application as they need to be specifically approved in your lease. There may also be restrictions on the types of pets you are allowed based on Council area or Strata (body corporate) restrictions.

Yes! Friends and family are absolutely permitted for brief stays at your rental. For stays longer than a few days though you will need to notify your Property Manager so that they can seek approval from the Landlord. Please note however that restrictions on pets also apply to house guests.

To ensure that there is a record, additional keys must be requested by contacting your Property Manager. If you unfortunately find yourself locked out, then you may need to call a locksmith to allow you entry to the property. Your Property Manager may be able to assist you using their set of keys, though this is only sometimes possible and shouldn’t be relied upon as an option.

Unfortunately, Landlords insurance does not protect your belongings against damage. In order to protect against Flood, Fire and other events, tenants are required to take out contents insurance during their lease. Some Insurers, such as EBM, offer specifically tailored ‘Renters Insurance’ for this reason, and can be a great option. Ask your Property Manager if you would like to be sent a brochure for EBM TenantCover.

The best thing you can do if you know that your rent will be late is to contact us ahead of time so that we can communicate with the Landlord and note it on the system. If your rent is late and we have not heard from you then unfortunately you will be in breach of your lease. We will start to follow you up by phone, email or text to ensure that it is paid, and extended arrears can lead to a breach notice.

Things happen, and we understand that you may need to move out of your property midway through your lease. In this case, CBS outlines the procedure clearly and there is a fact sheet available to run you through it. In short though, you may be responsible for some costs in reletting the property and rent while we find a new tenant, but we’ll do everything we can to make the process as quick as possible to minimize those costs to you!

Just as sometimes leases need to be broken, its possible that a change in circumstance may mean that your Landlord needs to put your rental up for sale midway through your lease. If this happens, you are protected by your lease even if the property sells. However, the sales process can be straining for some tenants and sometimes the Landlord may want to sell the property vacant. In this case, we’ll communicate with you and work together to come to the best outcome.

Everything you need all in one place

New to renting? Even if you’re not, you’ll find all the forms and documents you need ready for download all in one place.

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Rental Property Network Banking Details

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Final Inspection Cleaning Guide

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Troubleshooting High Water Bill Issues

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Tenants Smoke Alarm Information Sheet

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Tenants Information Brochure

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Tenancy Bond Refund Form

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Swimming Pool Legislation SA

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Spa and Hot Tub Care

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RBO Tenant Guide

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Pest And Vermin Fact Sheet

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Oven Cleaning Guide

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Notice to Landlord of Termination of a Periodic Tenancy

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Notice to Landlord of Termination at the End of a Fixed Term Tenancy

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Mould Fact Sheet

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Information Sheet on s90 Applications

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Information Sheet on Claiming Costs for a Broken lease

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Information Sheet on Charging for Water

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Information Sheet on Bond Refunds

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Information Sheet on Agents Right of Entry

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Floor Care Instructions

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Excerpt from Strata Titles Act 1988 (SA)

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Deterring Nusiance Cats

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Dealing with Cockroaches

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Carpet Cleaning Instructions

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Bonds Online Manual for Tenants

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Tenants & Landlords Information Brochure

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Swimming Pool Legislation SA

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SACAT Guidelines for Consent Orders

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SACAT Guide for Dealing With Abandoned Goods

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SACAT Disputes For Interstate Landlords

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Rental Property Network Brochure

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Residential Tenancies Act SA

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Realestate Premiere Advertising

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Information Sheet on TV Antennae

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Information Sheet on Terms to NOT Include in Leases

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Information Sheet on s90 Applications

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Detector Inspector Brochure

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EBM RentCover Ultra Flyer

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Housing Improvement Act 2016

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Housing Improvement Regulations (Supplemental) 2017

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Information Sheet on Charging for Water

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Information Sheet on Claiming Costs for a Broken Lease

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