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Sunday, 31 July 2011

Busy Few Weeks, Come and Invest In Tewantin / Noosa

Hi All, Ive been quiet on the Blogologue for the last few weeks as Ive been helping a couple get their lives back together after a massive renovation. As always the Painter and Decorator is last and therefore has the most pressure on him/her to get the job done. As I am a fully qualified Painter and Decorator this is one of the services available through Tenancy Plus and my aim is to make the Painting process as least stressful as possible. I can also lower the stress levels when it comes to leasing your Property or finding a place to rent.
Right now Tewantin / Noosa is a great place to invest in property with reduced prices and great rent returns so investors should take note and after purchasing your new property come and see Tenancy Plus for all your Leasing and Maintenance requirements.
Tenancy Plus Needs more Properties.

Tuesday, 5 July 2011

The Maintenance side of Tenancy Plus

Hi Bloggers, Last week I was in Brisbane and was busy Painting the exterior and some of the interior of Kevin and Michelles two storey house at Bulimba. Michelle is the owner of Paper Tree Studio Blogsite and runs a busy little design studio from home. Their beautiful home is nearing completion and is full of Michelles wonderful design skills. I had a pretty busy week painting the house and will have to schedule in some more time in Brisbane for them soon. This is just one of the services that Tenancy Plus can provide for you as your Property Management Company as well as all the necessary leasing services. Give Mick a call on 0408417239 or check out to check out what we can do for you. Thanks All Mick@TenancyPlus  PS Dont forget to go to paper tree studio blogsite to enter Michelles giveaway.

Friday, 24 June 2011

Pool Safety Certificates

Attention all Queensland swimming pool owners, As of the 8th of July the exemption period for swimming pool safety certificates will be over. From that date all dwellings with a non shared pool will require a Swimming Pool Safety Certificate at the time of sale, lease or re-lease of the property. Owners can find more information on this website Thanks All Mick@TenancyPlus

Monday, 13 June 2011

How Tenancy Plus Owner "Mick" spends his free time

This is one of many wonderful places in Tewantin Noosa area to Mountain Bike. You can ride on seaside paths, beautiful forest trails and wicked Single Track and Downhill trails. On this Queens Birthday weekend I did the Tinbeerwah Lookout Road and some other assorted trails, I hope you enjoy the video of my trip back down the mountain, awesome fun!!!

Wednesday, 8 June 2011

Smoke Alarms and Tenancies

A wise man once said to me that if you cut corners and always look to the cheapest way out of an obligation it could end as a "Penny Wise and Pounds Foolish option". It is with this in mind that I will be sending all of my Landlords a letter recommending the replacement of their cheaper smoke alarms with a Photoelectric Tamper Proof Smoke Alarm which has a non removable 10 yr life battery. Thus eliminating the need to change batteries every year and only leaves the small task of cleaning and testing the smoke alarm. At the end of the alarms 10 year life (standard on most alarms) the landlord replaces it and is good for another 10 years. What could be simpler.  Please note legislation only requires one smoke alarm per story of house although this may not be sufficient so check the websites for correct positioning. For more information check  This is important information with the onset of winter upon us. Thanks All Mick@TenancyPlus.

Wednesday, 1 June 2011

Natural Disasters and Their Effect on Rental Properties

The Residential Tenancies Authority have a fact sheet on information for natural disasters victims. We have seen plenty of Natural Disasters in recent times in Qld so as a Lessor / Tenant we should be aware of a disasters implications. A section of the Fact Sheet reads ; A tenancy agreement does not automatically end where the premises are rendered non-livable. If the premises become non-livable, either the lessor/agent or the tenant can issue the other party with a Notice to Leave (Form 12) or Notice of Intention to Leave (Form 13) on the grounds of non-livability, but must do so within one month of the event that made the premises non-livable.   Non Livability is determined when the premises: * has been destroyed, or made completely or partly unfit to live in, other than because of a breach of the agreement, or
                                                                                           * may no longer be used lawfully as a residence. The agreement ends the day the notice is given.   I know boring reading but essential information. You can find more information at  Thanks Mick@TenancyPlus

Friday, 27 May 2011

Investment Bargains at Tewantin

Hi All, Today I came across a property that I thought is a sound investment and as the market is a little down at the moment it would be a great time for some of those cashed up mine workers to come and invest in the Noosa / Tewantin area. The house I spotted today is a 4 bedroom 2 bathroom Queenslander on a good size block just minutes from town and facilities and is on the market for $379000. At around $400 - $440 a week rent that gives you a rental yeild of between 5 and 6% which is quite decent for a Tewantin property. If your an investor and your looking for an excellent Property Manager then go to and give us a call.