It is important that you report any items requiring repair or maintenance to your property manager as soon as you become aware of them. General repairs should be notified in writing and are usually actioned within 14 days. Urgent repairs should be reported immediately to your property manager either by telephone or email.
Examples of urgent repairs include:
- Burst hot water services and faulty external door locks.
- Gas leaks and flooding or storm damage.
- Serious roof leaks and dangerous electrical faults.
- Fire damage.
Your Tenancy Agreement states you are required to give at least 21 days notice if you intend to vacate one of our properties and that you must include the final date of your tenancy. Your notice can be emailed, posted (preferably registered post) or delivered by hand to our office. You will find our Final Inspection Cleaning Guide on this page to assist you in preparing for your vacate inspection, which will also ensure prompt lodgement of your bond refund.
To apply for one of our properties, please complete our Tenancy Application Form and return it to our office via email or in person, together with a copy of your photo identification.
It is important that you report any items requiring repair or maintenance to your property manager as soon as you become aware of them.
To notify Leasing Albury of your intention to vacate, please complete our Notice to Vacate Form and return it to us via email deliverying to our office.
The attached Final Inspection Cleaning Guide will assist you in preparing for your vacate inspection and ensure prompt lodgement of your bond refund.