Contracts, Commission and Compliance
Dealing with Breaches
Troublesome Top Ten in Property Management
Through the Property Management Support Service the REIQ has identified the most common issues and circumstances relating to tenancy breaches, by both the tenant and lessor. This session has been designed to identify how to handle these common topics and also to help the property management sector understand the RTRA Act & what allows both the lessor and tennant to issue breaches, resolve matters and approach tenancies disputes more proactively.
We’ll take you through the top ten pain points for PMs and give you guidance on how to fix the problem.
Water charging | Early termination of a tenancy | Smoke alarms | Bond disputes | When is a General Tenancy Agreement binding? | Rent increases | Periodic vs Fixed | Routine inspections | Leasing | Pets
This workshop will give participants a solid understanding of where QCAT sits in the legal system and understanding QCAT forms, published orders and precedents, how to prepare and present professionally for a hearing, and how agency documents impact on QCAT hearings. The session will include a case study review with hands on referencing to the RTRA Act and Regulations.
This workshop will give participants a solid understanding of the provisions of the Property Occupations Act and associated legislation impacting on everyday property management practices, completing the Form 6 and protecting the agency commission and asset, completing RTA forms and complying with notice periods, and how to research and understand relevant provisions of the RTRA forms and complying with notice periods, and how to research and understand relevant provisions of the RTRA Act and Regulations. The session will also focus on risk avoidance, including case study examples.
As a property manager you are faced daily with heavy stress loads managing the expectations and needs of owners and tenants. This half day course will equip you with ways of managing stress, give you an understanding of your basic drivers of communication and support you with ways of effectively dealing with potential conflict.
A highly practical course focusing on operational requirements of a property manager's role, with specific focus on listing, property inspections, systems for tracking arrears, issuing notices, time management and technology. Get 'job ready' for your role as a property manager with this course.
We'll look at ending the tenancy on the best note possible, including:
How a tenancy can end under the legislation
Ending an agreement early (lease breaks)
Tips for resolving disputes
The Round one breakfast will also touch on some Fast Facts for your PO Form 6
• Top tips for completing the Property Occupation Form 6 Appointment of Agent with the Residential Property Management Schedule
• Managing community titled properties
• Minimising disputes at the end of a tenancy
• Managing breaches
• Changeover of managing agent
• Compliance matters in 2017 (Smoke alarm legislation, pool safety and other emerging issues)