Routine inspection, maintenance and drugs in rental property - property management training
February and March 2019 - Queensland
All sessions will be three hours including morning tea.
All sessions include updates relating to the RTRA Act review and necessary information to ensure the industry is well informed
Routine inspections, maintenance and drug labs in rental property
Stacey Holt from Real Estate Excellence will deliver this practical three part session focusing on key areas of operational property management; routine inspection and maintenance. Drug lab awareness in rental property and what to do will also be included.
Focus on compliance, best practice, procedures and risk management – the education event includes the following;
Maintenance – routine and emergency including law, risk management and procedures
Minimum Housing standards - current section 17A (all attendees will be advised via email when the regulations for 17A are released which may be after the event)
Smoke alarms, safety switches, blinds/curtains and pool laws and best practice
Appointing Contractors – vital risk management and procedure matters
Rights of entry and what to do if the tenant does not allow entry under ‘rules of entry’
The law and routine inspections
Routine inspections - tips on how to carry out and reporting to the lessor
The five reasons routine inspections are carried out
Drug labs at rental property – contamination, suspicion and drug lab testing for contamination
Updates on legislative changes. All sessions include updates relating to the RTRA Act review and necessary information to ensure the industry is well informed.