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How often are Property Inspections Performed?

Commonly known as ‘Routine Inspections’, in Queensland these are generally performed once every 3-6 months.

According to Legislation, 3 months is the MINIMUM time frame that an Agent/Owner must allow between inspections.

The first inspection of a tenancy is the most important one as this allows the agent/owner the opportunity to ascertain how well the tenant is looking after the property.  If the first lease is 6 months, the first inspection should be done at the half-way mark, before a new lease is offered.

If a tenant has proven to maintain the property in a satisfactory manner, subsequent inspections are only necessary every 4-6 months.