Deliver an RTA notice to Remedy Breach at 8 days arrear Q44v Comply with all

Deliver an rta notice to remedy breach at 8 days

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Deliver an RTA notice to Remedy Breach at 8 days arrearQ44vComply with all provisions of Residential Tenancies ActQ44viKeep the owner informed of developmentsQ44viiOffer the tenant an affordable payment plan to catch up45.The most common reason for termination is an unremedied breach A. TrueB. FalseQ45A51
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46.Name 9 RTA Forms that may be required to be completed to effect a termination Q46iTransfer of BondQ46iiRefund of Rental Bond Q46iiiNotice of Lessor’s Intention to Sell PremisesQ46ivNotice to Remedy BreachQ46vNotice to Leave Q46viNotice of Interntion to LeaveQ46viiExit Condition Report General TenanciesQ46viiiAbandonment Termination NoticeQ46ixDispute Resolution Request47.The RTA Exit Condition Report form is to be completed by the tenant and the lessor/agent before the tenant leavesA. TrueB. FalseQ47A48.When tenants abandon a premises, name 6 things that usually act as evidence to support an Abandonment Termination Notice Q48iPersonal and junk mail has built up in the letterbox48iiThe rent is in arrearsQ48iiiNeighbours or other report that the premises have been abondonedQ48ivTenant has removed all or most of the household furniture and goodsQ48vTenant has had the power, gas and telephone disconnectedQ48viTenant failed to respond to RTA Entry Notice49.Name 3 important actions to take when a dispute occurs Q49iWrite down the details if the enquirer and action taken or to betakenQ49iiGive confirmation of appointments to prospective tenantsQ49iiiOrganise the meeting point to be at the office52
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50.An Agency must have a complaints/dispute resolution procedure Q50A51.Name the 7 Steps of the Property Management processQ51iMeet the owners and analyse the propertyQ51iiEstablish an optimal rental price Q51iiiIdentify any management procedures specific to the propertyQ51ivComplete the Managing Agent’s AgreementQ51vTenancy applications and the tenancy agreementQ51viRecord landlord/tenant transavtions in the agency databaseQ51viiReceive ,record and lodge security bonds and rent52.When can a Property Manager be liable for damages in a court of law? Q52When they fail to exercise reasonable skill, care or diligence whenappraising the rental value of a property.53.Information about a managed property, derived from the Managing Agent’s Agreement and Tenancy Agreement, tends to be categorised intoQ53D54.Name 4 categories of tenancies that you can divide properties intoQ54iHoliday lettingsQ54iiShort-term lettings(3 months)Q54iiiFlats,units and town housesQ54ivResidential dwellings(permanent rentals)53
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SCROLL DOWN…Part BSection 3Reports & Communication Activities Answer this Section by completing these 3 Activities Activity 1Complete the Comparative Market Analysis for this property you’re appraising at $600,000 54
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Activity 2Complete the Marketing Plan for this property you’re appraising at $600,000Activity 3
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