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Rental Application

In order to give yourself the best chance of securing a rental property, it is important you fill out a rental application form and supply all the required / relevant information.

When filling out the application, please fill out one application for each adult that would be going on the lease.

Please fill out with all supporting docs as applicable:

  1. Identification
  2. Employment Pay slips
  3. Proof of Other Income
  4. Welfare Statements
  5. Work references
  6. Rental References

Then send all docs and applications to

You will be required to pay

  • 4 Weeks Bond &
  • 2 – 4 Weeks Rent Upfront
  • 6 or 12 or 24, months Lease options

Rental bond

A rental bond is a security deposit paid at the start of the tenancy.
If the property manager/owner takes a bond, they must give the tenant a receipt and lodge it with the RTA within 10 days. It is an offence not to do so.A rental bond is lodged with the RTA Web Services, or by post, using a Bond lodgment (Form 2).The bond is paid back to the tenant when the property is vacated, provided no money is owed for rent, damages or other costs.
For general tenancies the law says if the rent is $700 or less per week, the maximum bond amount is 4 weeks rent. If the weekly rent is higher than $700, the amount of bond should be negotiated between the property manager/owner and tenant. The law gives no maximum amount where the weekly rent is higher than $700.

The General tenancy agreement (Form 18a)

The General tenancy agreement (Form 18a) is used when renting a house, unit, apartment, townhouse or houseboat in Queensland. A written agreement must always be used when renting, even if the person renting is family or a friend. It is a legally binding written contract that outlines the legal rights and responsibilities of a tenant and property manager/owner. It applies to everyone renting the property (e.g. those in share homes or co-tenancies).It is the property manager/owner’s responsibility to organise the agreement and give a copy to the tenant before they pay any money or commit to the tenancy.

A tenancy agreement must include:

  • the name and address of the tenant and property manager/owner
  • the start and end date of the agreement (or state that it is periodic)
  • how the tenant should pay rent and how much is to be paid
  • standard terms (what the tenant and the property manager/owner can and cannot do)
  • any special terms  (these should be agreed in advance, e.g. a dog is allowed but must be kept outside)

Special terms

Special terms can be added if the property manager/owner and tenant agree.Examples: keeping pets, water charging, pool maintenance

Signing the agreement

The property manager/owner must provide the agreement to the tenant on or before the day the tenant occupies the property under the agreement. The tenant must then sign the agreement and return it to the property manager/owner within 5 days.The tenant should be sent a copy within 14 days of the property manager/owner receiving the original.The tenant must also be given a copy of the Pocket guide for tenants – houses and units (Form 17a).

During the tenancy

The property manager/owner must give permission for any new tenants or sub-tenants before they can move in.

Property manager/owner records

The property manager/owner must keep a copy of the agreement for 1 year after the agreement ends.