The Residential Tenancies Amendments Act 2020 is set to have a significant impact on a landlord’s responsibilities and on the way they must operate their tenancies. The changes will implement almost 100 new amendments to the existing Residential Tenancies Act – and it’s crucial that landlords are across them all. These new rules will future proof our changing rental market as we continue to see increasing demand for rental properties and longer-term tenancies. The good news is that the changes are entirely manageable, and will ultimately create the framework for a more secure renting environment for landlords and tenants alike.
This guide is designed to highlight all the key changes that will come into effect, and explain what these will really mean for residential landlords. We encourage all landlords to seek out further information to help them understand what is coming, and your Ray White property manager is here to help answer any questions.
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