Jo Dwyer | Frequently Asked Questions
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Frequently Asked Questions



How Often Will Inspections Be Carried Out?

As a rule of thumb inspections will be carried out every 3 months.

If you have a 12 months Tenancy with us you could expect to have 4 inspections for the year, you will be given one weeks’ notice in writing with a window of 2 hours.

You do not have to be in attendance we can let ourselves in.


Can Another Person Move Into The Property?

You must seek permission to add another person to your Lease. As with yourself the prospective person must fill out an Application available from our Website and submit along with 100 points of identification.

If the property is unsuitable for another person or does not meet our criteria this can be denied. If this person is approved they will be added to the Lease.


How Do I Pay My Rent?

The rent can be paid by Direct Debit on a weekly, fortnightly or calendar monthly basis. We require the rent to be in advance at all times.

The Banking Details and your own individual Banking Code is written on your Tenancy Agreement.


Can I Have A Pet?

In most cases pets are considered on Application. It’s important to consider the suitability of each pet on a case-by-case basis as obviously some pets are more compatible with certain types of properties. The Owner of the property will have the final say as to whether or not your application will be approved with your pets.


Do I Need To Have Contents Insurance?

This is very important to note that your goods are not covered by the Landlords Insurance for example fire, storm damage, floor, power outages etc that may effect your possessions are not insured by the Owner.

Please discuss with your Insurer your personal requirements and your coverage on the Policy.


Can I Break My Tenancy Agreement?

Yes you can, you are responsible to continue paying rent until a suitable Tenants is found you will also be responsible to pay a re-letting fee which is equivalent to one weeks rent plus GST. There may also be advertising costs.

You will also be required to allow access for inspections and to keep the property in a neat and tidy condition at all times for us to find a Tenant to take over from you.