Lease Details
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    Have you been and inspected this Property?

  2. When would you like the lease to start?

  3. For how long would you like the lease?

  4. How many adults will occupy the property?

  5. How many children will occupy the property? Please include the ages of each child

Applicant 1 Details
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Applicant 1 Contact Details
Applicant 1 History
Applicant 1 Address History
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Applicant 1 Current Employment
Applicant 1 Previous Employment
Applicant 1 Emergency Contact Details
Applicant 1 Personal References
Applicant 1 Other Information
Applicant 1 Required Documents
  1. Current Bank Statement

  2. Australian Drivers License

  3. Passport

  4. Visa if Applicable

  5. 4 x Current Payslips

  6. Other Documents

The Application Form
  1. This application form will assist the lessor (landlord) to select a tenant to rent the premises.

    The lessor/property manager will require some information about the applicant in this form, such as rental history and how the rent will be paid. The application may not be approved if not enough information is provided.

    This form does not form part of a tenancy agreement. The rights and obligations of the tenant and lessor are governed by the Residential Tenancies Act 1987.

Option Fee
  1. An option fee is a sum of money that may be paid by an applicant to a lessor or their property manager when lodging a rental application. For most properties, the option fee is capped at $50 or $100 depending on the weekly rent (refer to the Residential Tenancies Regulations 1989). If the lessor/property manager decides not to offer the applicant the tenancy, they must return the option fee by cash or EFT within 7 days of the decision to refuse the application. If the applicant takes up the tenancy, the lessor/property manager can either return the option fee in full or credit it towards the first rent payment. The applicant may apply to the Magistrates Court for the return of any option fee owed to them by the lessor. If the applicant decides not to rent the property after being offered the tenancy, the option fee may be forfeited.

Tenancy Databases
  1. Private tenancy databases are used to check a tenant’s rental history. When a prospective tenant applies for a tenancy, the lessor/property manager must provide a written notice outlining the databases they use and the contact details. This written notice is provided at Attachment A.

    Other database obligations include: advising tenants if personal information about them is listed on a database, updating listings for accuracy, and only listing a tenant if the tenancy has ended and the amount owing is more than the bond or a court has made an order terminating the residential tenancy agreement.

    For more information about tenancy databases refer to the Department of Commerce’s publications Tenancy databases or Renting out your property. The tenancy database provisions are consistent with the National Privacy Principles established by the Privacy Act 1988 (Cth).

Equality
  1. All applicants must be considered in accordance with the Equal Opportunity Act 1984 (WA). There must be no discrimination based on: sex, marital status, pregnancy, gender history, parental or carer status, sexual orientation, race, religious or political conviction, disabilities, mental health, age or discrimination by personal association with someone else who may be treated unfairly on the basis of any of the above.

    For further information about tenancy rights, refer to the Residential Tenancies Act 1987 or contact the Department of Commerce on 1300 30 40 54 or www.commerce.wa.gov.au/ConsumerProtection.

    For Translating and Interpreting Services please telephone TIS on 13 14 50 and ask to speak to the Department of Commerce (1300 30 40 54) for assistance. CP02625/2012 JULY 2013 FORM 18 version 05

Annexure
Costs & Privacy Policy
    • Bond: 4 Weeks Rent
    • Initial Payment: 2 Weeks Rent in Advance
  1. It is a requirement when applying for a property that you read and understand the privacy statement and the Tenancy Agreement that you are required to sign, prior to submitting an application for tenancy.

  2. It is a requirement when applying for a property that you read and understand the privacy statement and the Tenancy Agreement that you are required to sign, prior to submitting an application for tenancy.

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