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Auction Guide

Auction is a process which allows interested parties to make competitive bids which establishes the current market value of the property in an open,transparent and public forum utilising the skills of an experienced Auctioneer.


Auction Guide (Smart Realty)

Auction days are set almost a month in advance which will give potential buyers plenty of time to attend home opens, arrange finance even sell an existing home.


Buying Guide

Buying a home is an exciting experience, but can be somewhat daunting, especially if you’re buying for the fi rst time. However, a little planning, some homework, and a clear understanding of the steps involved should mean that the hardest part is actually choosing your home. This guide outlines the steps involved, from working out what you can afford to buy, through to buying a home.


Investor's Guide

Investing in brick and mortar is an excellent way to receive income today, and set yourself up financially for later years. If you plan ahead, adopt a long-term view and have a balanced portfolio in place, then property investment can be a very rewarding financial strategy.


Landlords Guide

The landlord is the person who provides the room/s and gives the boarder or lodger permission to live there. The landlord keeps control and authority over the house, even if the boarder or lodger has a key, and can come into the house without giving any notice.


Sellers Guide

Every seller wants their home to sell fast and for a top dollar. Does that sound good to you? Well, it’s not luck that makes it happen. It’s careful planning and knowing how to professionally present your home that will send buyers hurrying to put an offer in. Here’s how:


Tenants Guide

If you are renting a home in Western Australia or thinking of doing so soon, the information in this guide will help you find the right home, avoid common renting pitfalls and help you have a harmonious (and lawful) relationship with the property owner or agent. This guide explains WA’s renting laws in plain English. It doesn’t take the place of the Act, nor does it pretend to cover everything; but it will give you a good working knowledge of your rights and responsibilities as a tenant.


Tenancy Guide

Congratulations on your tenancy approval. You have been approved because we are confident that, like all our tenants we believe you will be able to pay the rent on time, keep the inside clean, and maintain the property, lawns and gardens.


Guide to Strata Titles

This guide is produced as a community service by the Western Australian Land Information Authority (Landgate) to give people a basic understanding of strata titling principles. The information contained in this guide is distributed by Landgate, as a guide or information source only. It is a summary only and should not be taken as a precise guide to the law on strata titles.


Application to Enter into Residential Tenancy Agreement

Application to Enter into Residential Tenancy Agreement


Investment Property Ownership

Buying a property to rent out is a popular form of long-term investment in Australia. Before deciding to take on a rental property you should consider its value, how much it can earn, the cost of managing and maintaining the property and make a commercial decision based on current and predicted market conditions.


Rental Property Deduction

To help rental property owners identify what costs are deductible (and when) we have compiled the following lists to assist with your record keeping.



iRentWA gives users access to important information about renting a home in WA from the beginning to the end of their tenancy, including where to get help when things go wrong.

Whether you want to quickly find out about rent increases, getting your bond back or what to do with a breach notice, the app has plain-language advice about it all.



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