What questions do renters ask?

What questions do renters ask?

Here are 10 questions to ask a potential tenant to ease the pressure.

  • Why are you moving?
  • When do you plan on moving?
  • What is your monthly income?
  • Will any pets move in with you?
  • How many people will live in the property?
  • Will you allow me to do a credit and background check?

How often does a landlord have to do an electrical safety check?

5 years
Landlords must ensure every electrical installation in their residential premises is inspected and tested at intervals of no more than 5 years by a qualified and competent person.

Can you be evicted in Washington State right now?

Evictions for things other than rent are allowed again. Landlords must follow the rules to give proper notice. The legislature also made major changes to housing law. Visit Washington State New 2021 Landlord/Tenant Legislation.

Are there any problems with tenancy in WA?

Tenancy WA will assist you with any problems or questions that you have about your tenancy – that’s what we are here for. However there are some common problems that we hear every day. Take a look at the most common problems listed below.

Where can I get help with tenancy in WA?

Tenancy WA does not offer advice or support to landlords or commercial tenants. If you are a residential landlord contact the Department of Commerce on 1300 30 40 54 If you are a commercial landlord or tenant contact the Small Business Development Corporation on 131 140

What kind of questions do I need to ask a renter?

This is one of the most crucial questions to ask rental applicants, as no landlord wants to worry about renting to someone with a history of evictions. Maybe they fell on hard times but are now financially stable — or maybe they have a history of evictions due to property damage or excessive noise.

What do you need to know about renting in Western Australia?

The following publications and forms provide you with all the information you need to help you manage your tenancy. The Western Australian tenancy laws are being reviewed, share your experiences with renting in WA and have your say in the Residential Tenancies Act review .