If you are interest to put in an application on one of our listed rental properties, please read the information provided here, download and complete the Residential Application Form.

The following documents may help the property managing agent to review and approve your application

  • Verification of employment
  • Verification of income
  • Reference from employer or fellow staff member
  • Reference from teacher/business person/doctor/accountant
  • Photo identification – driver’s licence/passport/student ID
  • Three personal references – these should not be from relatives
  • Last gas/electricity/phone bill or rates notice
  • Last three months bank statements.

First time tenant?
Many first-time tenants worry that because they cannot provide a rental history, they will not be able to rent a property – leading to a catch-22-type situation.

A property manager looks for the applicant who will pay the rent on time, take good care of the property and comply with the terms and conditions of the lease. So there are things you can provide us with to show that you can meet these requirements.

The information you should supply depends on your previous circumstances, for example,
If you were previously living in student accommodation, you can provide the details of the person who was in charge of managing the complex.
If you previously owned your own home and have sold the property, the agent who handled the sale may be able to act as a reference for you.
If you are currently living with your parents, you will require personal references. In some situations, you may be requested to have a parent co-sign the lease with you.

To download the Tenancy Application Information click here.

To download the Residential Application Form click here.