August 2, 2018


The purpose of inspections is to advise the owner of the condition of their property and how it is being maintained.

You will be given the opportunity to advise RE/MAX Success of any repairs or maintenance you feel is needed.

Initial Inspection

Upon the commencement of your lease, RE/MAX Success will complete an inspection and full condition report. You will be given the opportunity to check this, add to it and return it to RE/MAX Success within 3 business days. RE/MAX Success refer to this report at the end of the tenancy. It is therefore in your best interest to read through the condition report thoroughly, provide comments to us within the timeframe listed on the condition report, and ensure you retain a copy in a safe place.

Periodic Inspection

RE/MAX Success will routinely inspect your rented property approximately every three (3) months. You will be issued with a notice for these inspections (RTA Form 9 – Entry Notice) and we encourage you to be there to discuss any problems affecting your tenancy or contact us prior to the inspection to discuss any issues.

Final Inspection

Final inspections are conducted at the end of the lease term or upon vacating. The final inspection report is closely checked with the condition report completed during the initial inspection to ensure that there has been no damage (beyond normal wear and tear) and that no fixtures have been removed (e.g. light fittings).

Article by Katie Knight

Some may say real estate is in Katie’s blood having joined real estate following her father, Ian Knight, into the industry where he had pioneered the path of real estate in Toowoomba in the late ‘80s and opened the ninth regional RE/MAX office… View profile

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