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As reported throughout various media outlets, new reforms have been introduced to the Residential Tenancy Act that came into effect on the 29th of March 2021.

Our team is continually completing REIV-approved training courses to ensure that everyone (renters, residential rental provider and staff) is aware and compliant with the new requirements.

What do I need to know?

There are 132 changes to the Residential Tenancies Act coming into effect! Rest assured, not all of them will impact you, but be certain that we will be across them and let you know if there’s something you need to do or change.

Some language around the “landlord” will be changing:

Rental minimum standards are being implemented:

Prescribed minimum standards will include such items as:

Compulsory safety-related activities:

Before entering into a residential rental agreement the RRP will now be required to disclose:

This is by no means an exhaustive summary of the changes, but please contact us at any time should you require any further clarification or have any other queries.

We have been working with RRP’s to complete their disclosure agreements and have commenced the safety checks throughout our residential rental portfolio.

Here at Integra Property Management, we look forward to a smooth transition of these changes and to continuing to work with everyone to secure a great outcome.

For more information, visit Consumer Affairs Victoria.