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1. Before signing the lease agreement, ensure that you understand it.
There are multiple aspects in lease agreements that you will need to be aware of; once signed, you will be legally bound to the tenancy agreement.
2. Do your walkthrough of the property, and be thorough.
It's imperative that you note things that will require repairs so that attention can be paid to these promptly. Handy checks include:
3. Damage? Record it!
All assessed damage will need to be noted down into your copy of the entry inspection report. Be sure to include details outlining mould, moisture, spots and dirt wherever noted throughout the property, as these are important. Take photos of everything so that you will have a time-stamped record handy. You will need to return your copy to your Property Manager before you move in.
4. Are you insured?
Your landlord's insurance policy doesn't protect your belongings. Under the Residential Tenancies Act, tenants are liable for any damage they or their invited guests cause intentionally or carelessly. We recommend that you have the following insurance:
The landlord's insurance details for the property you are renting are included under the Insurance details section of your tenancy agreement.
If you need assistance or advice regarding insurance, please talk to an insurance adviser or your insurance company.
Tenant's should not:
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