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  1. Hi all, We're looking for someone to take over our lease in Graceville having had to break our lease when we bought a house on the next street. We will pay the first 2-weeks rent if someone wants to move in. It's a lovely 3-bed townhouse in Graceville Park with a pool onsite. The advert from realestate.com is below. Please either PM me or contact the agent for a viewing or more info. http://www.realestate.com.au/property-house-qld-graceville-409903887
  2. 77 Drayton Terrace Wynnum Go thorough Agent for viewing. Available from 20th April. Call Harcourts on 07 3902 2888 http://www.realestate.com.au/property-house-qld-wynnum-407885617 Immaculate Family Home on Quiet Street A home that offers comfort, convenience and lifestyle presents itself for occupancy at an undoubtedly fantastic price. 4 double bedrooms, 2 living rooms, massive parents retreat and beautiful entertaining deck. - The kitchen features high quality appliances, an abundance of storage as well as dishwasher - Entertainers deck flows from the spacious upstairs dining and lounge areas, capturing beautiful bay breezes - Separate lounge/teenage retreat downstairs - The home is fitted with ducted air conditioning offering a multitude of comfort choices - The master is fitted with large walk in robe and complimented with spacious en-suite - All remaining bedrooms are double in size and have built in robes - With only a small grassed area, the yard offers greenery for view, soft blades for the kids feet and convenience that you don't have to spend all Sunday mowing! Unfortunately no pets or smokers. General Features Property Type:House Bedrooms:4 Bathrooms:3 Bond:$2,700 Indoor Features Ensuite:1 Air Conditioning Outdoor Features Garage Spaces:2 Other Features Property Type: House Garaging / carparking: Internal access, Double lock-up
  3. Hi all I have a dilemma - can anyone help? I have been paying a whopping $1K a week for a rental property in North Beach. The one year agreement is up and its time to decide what to do. Problem is we wanted to buy but the sale of our house in England hasn't reached exchange and completion even though sale was agreed mid July. Unlike in England where you can just carry on renting and give a months notice we have to tie ourselves in to another contract. I really don't want to pay $1K a week and tie myself in for a year - especially as hopefully money should be here from sale of our house in 6 weeks or so. Likewise I don't want to pay for removals to go somewhere wlse which may be for relatively short term. I have heard the rental market has dipped with lots around compared to this time last year and opportunity to negotiate leases. How easy is it to break lease if I tie myself in again and would it be preferable to do 6 months or 12 months - the owners will not agree to periodical have already asked. Would it be cheeky to try to get price reduced by 10 or 15%? If I break lease what are the costs incurred to me? Any help and advice appreciated. Sulac:nah:
  4. We are breaking our lease on our small 2 bed 2 bath villa in a great spot in Bulcock Beach Caloundra. If anyone wants more details just message me Millie x
  5. milliem

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    Hi Folks Two weeks ago I instructed my agent I wanted to break lease. They advertised the property. My neighbours told me today that on Wednesday last week there were about six real estate agents in the property without my knowledge. It looks like the current agent has been given the sack. Does this leave me just paying the rent for another 3 months? do I have any rights at all? The new agent has advised me to make a claim at the court to seek an order for a settlement figure. Anyone have any experience of this? Millie x
  6. Hi, We are moving out of our lovely family home in the gorgeous Woodlands suburb in Perth (close to the CBD... my partner cycles/runs to work in the CBD every day). Woodlands, aka Perth's secret little Gem, is ideally placed close to excellent schools (Hale, St Marys, Churchlands, Bold Park & Woodlands Primary which has a new "One to watch" headmaster) and the beach is only a 5 minute drive away. Woodlands has a great community spirit with it's own lake to walk around with a nice cup of Latte from the local cafe (people drive to Jackadder Lake from surrounding suburbs to walk/use the excellent playground/visit cafes... it's that nice!). The house has 4 bedrooms, study/playroom, 2 large living areas, 2x bathrooms, 3x toilets (2 in the bathrooms and one extra one on it's own!), Air Con (reverse so it can blow hot or cold), Alarm System, Salt water pool (fenced and solar heated), Alfresco Area, Gardens to front and back, dishwasher, Retic (for those not in the know this is a good feature as it is a "free" bore water sprinkler system, which means you can have nice green grass even in summer and it wont cost you a thing!) and a car port. The house was freshly painted and carpeted for when we moved in 9 months ago. This is a break-lease initially for three months from the beginning of June (to see out the remaining three months of our lease), so ideal if you want to give the area a try, but the owners (who are professional & friendly, unlike many rental agents) will be keen to carry on the rental beyond the three months for the longterm if you are interested. This is a great opportunity to get into the Woodlands area as rentals are rare. Drop me an email if you require any further info.
  7. "Break Lease" rental property in Jindalee View: http://www.professionalsbutler.ca.com.au/cgi-bin/professionals2/profile.cgi?gid=23047&propertyid=RR1605076 * Beachside suburb * Approx. 40kms north of Perth * 3 bedrooms * 2 bathrooms * $425 per week * Big yard (No pets) * Available 12th December, 2011
  8. Hi all I know this is a long shot - but we're moving out there in April and we have an aspiration to live in ocean reef - largely school related. Searches of reiwa and the like reveal suitable properties but normally with very little notice - i.e. its available next week. Does anyone have any knowledge of any houses coming up beginning April or that you want to break lease on around this time? We're looking in the area bounded by Hodges drive, Marmion & Shenton aves and the ocean. Appreciate you reading this Regards