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Managing an investment property and assuring maximum rental yield requires a great deal of skill, time and responsibility.

At Vero Property we employ accredited, professional, highly experienced staff to implement simplified procedures ensuring the efficient management of your property while extracting maximum returns. Vero’s management techniques focus on a constant communication, ensuring clients are informed about their investment status.

Our landlords enjoy:

  • A Real Estate Institute Accredited Property Manager
  • Thorough Vetting of tenancy applications
  • Sophisticated Trust Account Management
  • Rapid Electronic Funds Transfer
  • Detailed Routine Inspections
  • Pro-active lease renewals
  • Competitive fee structure
  • Genuine care for your property

Let us take the hassles out of managing your property. Please do not hesitate to get in touch with us if you would like to know more about our Property Management services


As a tenant, it is critical to understand the steps, procedures and regulations involved in renting a property. Below are some key points that can make your experience with renting hassle free:

Selecting the right property: Before committing to any rental agreement it is always important to do your research about the area and type of home that you are interested in. Carefully inspect properties and avoid making rush decisions. Make sure you choose a property that is within your financial capabilities. The location also needs to meet your day-to-day requirements such as access to public transport, schools, community services, health services, shops etc.

Property viewings: Various agencies conduct property viewings in different ways. At Vero, if the property is currently tenanted, then you will need to make an appointment to view it. However, if the property is vacant, quite often our Property Managers can schedule inspections fairly quickly. If you are interested in viewing a property please don't hesitate to get in touch with us (click here to contact us).

Keep an eye out for any problems: During the viewing, ensure that the interiors are safe. In addition make sure that the property is clean and free of any water damage or mould. Make sure that switches, lighting, fittings or any kitchen appliances are in working condition. If you notice any problems, point them out and discuss with the Property Manager. Make sure that the landlord intends on rec tifying any issues that may concern you before signing the lease.

Making an application: Once you find the right home, it is advisable to apply immediately to avoid disappointment (Click here to contact us). Make sure you speak to the Property Manager and get a full understanding of what documentation is needed. The property manager will handle the communication with the landlord and notify you if successful.

Signing of the lease: The Property Manager will arrange a time with you to sign off on the lease. It is important to read and understand the variOus clauses in the contract that you will be required to adhere to. The Property Manager can help you understand any areas of coNcern. Do not sign the lease until you are satisfied with all the clauses as the lease agreement is binding and acts as a legal document.

Duration of the lease: A Lease Agreement can be made by either a periodic or fixed term agreement. A Fixed term agreement predetermines the time frame in which the tenant rents the property. A periodic lease has no eNd date which gives either landlord or tenant the flexibility to terminate through an appropriate notice period that is stated in the agreement.

Residential Tenancy Laws: The Lease Agreement is governed by a set of laws called the REsidential Tenancies Act of 1987 and the Residential Tenancies Regulations. The Act helps protect both landlord and tenant from any issues that may arise.

Moving in: Once the lease agreement has been signed by all parties you will receive any keys or access cards and will be able to move into the property as per the agreed date that is set in the agreement. Things to remember when moving include making sure you update your contents insurance. Making sure you notify various authorities, organisations, financial institutions regarding the change of your address. Organise your electricity, telephone, gas, internet and removalists. Vero is happy to provide you with a complimentary utility connection service.

What are your obligations as a tenant?

  • Not causing damage to the premises
  • Informing the property manager immediately if any damage has occurred
  • Reporting any maintenance issues (click here)
  • Asking for permission before installing fixtures or making any renovations
  • Avoid causing problems or disputes with neighbours
  • Not participating in illegal activities
  • Keeping the property in a good and clean state
  • Facilitating property inspections when required
  • Paying rent on time

Vacating the premises: If you are on a fixed lease agreement which is about to expire then it’s time to vacate given that you have provided the appropriate notice period. You may be able to break a fixed lease agreement you can do so but you should be awar e of any financial penalties that may apply. Before exiting you are required to vacate the premises and return the keys to the property manager. The property manager will conduct a final inspection. If there are no damages or cleaning issues you will be required to sign a bond disposal form to refund your security bond.

If you have any questions or need further information please feel free to speak to one of our property managers.

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