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A property manager can help you with
Rental listing creation, with exclusive upgrades
Reaching the right prospects ⏤ and more of them
Tenant screening and selection
Receipt of rent payments on time
Legal contracts and issue resolution
Regular property inspections
Tenant management, negotiation and problem solving
Property maintenance and repairs.
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Gain instant access to Australia's largest renter audience. With over 19.7 million visits to realestate.com.au’s Rent section per month, advertise where renters are searching.
Quick and easy to create your listing
Standard ad on realestate.com.au and property.com.au from $150 incl. GST*
Advertise until you find a tenant
Create, edit and save your listing so it’s easy to re-list later
Receive tenant enquiries by email, phone or SMS
Gain instant access to Australia’s largest renter audience
Standard listings only
Your rental listing will appear on realestate.com.au until you find a tenant and remove the listing. You have complete control over your listing, and you can easily take it down once you've found a tenant: just log in and visit the Manage my rental listings dashboard.
A Standard listing is our entry-level listing type. It appears below Premiere, Highlight and Feature listings in Rent search results. Real estate agents can choose other listing types that boost their properties in the search results.
Yes, you can change your listing description, photos, inspection times and other information at any time from the Manage my rental listings dashboard.
We currently only offer standard listings directly to landlords. Speak to your local real estate agent about available advertising options if you would like your property to appear higher in search results.
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