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Guide to Renting

Landlord Information

At Anyeh Group we understand that a residential property is a significant asset and that as an owner your principal objective is to maximize the return on your investment, both in terms of rental income and capital appreciation.

We maintain exceptionally high standards when it comes to selecting tenants to recommend to you. Stringent checks are conducted through nationwide databases and all previous rental, business and personal references are verified and employment details confirmed.

We have a technologically efficient property management system, To secure the regular income and an flexible electronic banking system available to suite the owner’s needs.

Our highly experienced property management team offers personable and comprehensive reporting systems whilst also ensuring the property is always well maintained with our unique maintenance service.



Tenant Information

Renting With Us

The time has finally come. Moving into your new place can be exciting, but it is a big financial step. It takes careful thought and planning in order to have a great renting experience. Anyeh Group can help you find your perfect home. Our service philosophy is simple- to look after our tenants as valued customers.

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Know your budget
When you decide to go house hunting, you make sure that you have created a budget and figured in the cost of rent plus the cost of utilities. This will give you a clear picture of what you can and cannot afford as far as rent goes.

Read all of the lease agreement
Read carefully of the lease agreement and 100 points checklist. Find out if your deposit will be returned, and if so, when. Find out if children or pets are allowed. Ask what will happen if another person moves in with you.

Ask about maintenance
Maintenance and repairs can be costly. So, find out if the owner will be responsible for maintenance or will you. If possible, try to rent a property where the landlord is responsible for all repairs.

Check all appliances
During your property walk through, check all the appliances. Don't just assume that everything is in good working condition. If you find anything that needs repairs or other maintenance, let the landlord know before you sign the lease. Check to see if he will fix them or if he will offer you a discount on the rent. The best move is to have the landlord fix any appliances before you move in.

Take pictures and document
Take a camera with you during your inspection time. If possible, take pictures of the entire property before you move in. Document the time and date that you discovered any and all damage. This will ensure that you are not accused of the damage and that your deposit is returned when you move out.