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This is a standard agreement whereby the owner agrees to allow the tenant to occupy the owner’s property under specified terms and conditions.
This is called a 'lease agreement' and it is mandatory that the content of the lease, as prescribed in the Residential Tenancies Regulations, is used.This form can be identified by “Form 1AA”. The Lease has three parts - Part A, Part B and Part C.The wording of Parts A and B cannot be altered or deleted.
Part A specifies the variables:
While it is possible to find accommodation while you are outside of Australia, it would be easier to apply for properties when you are in Australia.
When you first arrive consider taking on some short term accommodation so that you can determine which areas are best suited to your lifestyle and budget.
Other useful documentation would be a rental reference from your current agent/owner and evidence of your recent past income, ie wages and salaries. If you have been paying a mortgage, then a record of those mortgage payments would assist in satisfying the agent of your payment history.
Character references are not essential but can be helpful where appropriate, such as from a parent, tutor, guardian, employer, Justice of the Peace (Notary Public), GP, local police officer, Member of Parliament or church elder.
If your application is successful and you progress to signing a lease agreement, you will need to prove your identity with a classic Proof of Identity 100 point check.
Usually this means providing evidence such as a current passport, drivers licence, bank statements, utility bills in your name, citizenship certificate or a combination of these or other documents to establish your bona fides.
In-going costs to rent a property in Western Australia would generally be two weeks rent in advance, a security bond equivalent to four weeks rent and sometimes the option fee.