Ending the Tenancy

Termination Of The Tenancy Agreement

Your tenancy agreement is a legal contract providing protection for both you and the owner. Once the fixed term has expired, you may continue living at the property or vacate.

If you intend to vacate at the end of your tenancy agreement you are required to give RE/MAX Success 14 days notice prior to the expiry of your agreement. You cannot by law stop paying rent for the last month assuming any part of the bond as rent.

Moving Out

When you move out of a RE/MAX Success property there are several tasks and responsibilities that you need to look after. To help you with this process, we have listed a few companies that can take the hassle out of moving.

Our handy Final Inspection Guide will assist you with requirements for cleaning and your general obligations when vacating.

Ensure you speak to your Property Manager to check what other requirements need to be met when you are vacating a property. These include return of all keys and remotes to our office (required by 9.00am the morning following your vacate date), carpet cleaning receipt, flea treatment receipt (if applicable), final payment of rent owing to your vacate date and payment for any water used (if applicable).



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Removalist Australian Removalists
Truck Hire Budget
Moving Boxes Kennards
Mail Redirection Australia Post

Bond Refund

Your bond will be refunded to you promptly after the property is fully vacated, less any deductions that may be agreed or directed by the tribunal. A bond refund cannot be applied for until all keys have been returned to RE/MAX Success and an inspection has been carried out. Your Property Manager will keep you informed about anything that needs to be addressed prior to the refunding of the bond and when the refund has been finalised.