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Willing to take over lease from Jan 2016 - Hallett Cove area

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    Hi,

     

    We will be arriving on 15 Jan 2016 from South Africa, this may be early days but we hope to get a break to take over a lease in Hallett Cove from 15 Jan 2016. can pay bond and 3/4 months rent in advance to clinch deal.

     

    Have reference from landlords (South Afica) for the property we leased after we sold our house in Dec 2014.

     

    I will maybe post a bit later again, also looking for car, willing to pay in the region of $5000 when we arrive.

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    Welcome to the forum. Just so you are aware your first few posts will not show up until they have been approved by a moderator.

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    Just to say you don't actually take over a lease if someone breaks theirs. They will negotiate a new lease, usually for 12 months for the new tenant. Most people rent a few weeks in a holiday let until they find a long term rental.

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    Just a follow-up to make sure the post stay current. We are still looking for a place to rent , specifically near Hallett Cove. We will be arriving 15 Jan, but willing to take over from 01 Jan if required.

     

    Thanks

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    Just a follow-up to make sure the post stay current. We are still looking for a place to rent , specifically near Hallett Cove. We will be arriving 15 Jan, but willing to take over from 01 Jan if required.

     

    Thanks

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    Its probably still a bit early for people to list a lease break in mid Jan. Though doing what you are doing posting letting people know you are looking is fine :)

     

    FWIW, as has been said, generally people rent a short term let of some kind for a few weeks to enable them to find a longer term rental. Lease breaks come up less often and as has been said, a new lease is negotiated by the person coming in.

     

    Also the open rental market will hopefully give you more options of availability.

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    Thanks Snifter. We managed to secure some short term accommodation for when we arrive on 15th Jan. As you said, just putting it out there. God have a way of smiling on those who venture out there and takes changes :wink:

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    Decent rentals don't stay on the market for long, good ones will be snapped up after the first open, so really apart from research not worth looking seriously until you arrive. There will be opens where everyone goes to look rather than appointments.

    Make sure you have all the info they need ready if you are keen. Most agents have example application forms on line for you to get an idea.

     

    Good that you have a short term rental booked as it is a busy time for holiday rentals. Not quite so busy for sales or long term rentals though. We arrived at the end of January and didn't have many rentals to choose from.

     

    Still you are in time for the silly season here, starting with the Tour Down Under about the time you arrive, then the main festivals begin.............

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    Guys,

     

    I am looking to move to Queensland in late January and leaving my fantastic 4 bed, 2 rec rooms, pool and spa home. Will be leaving it for at least a year and may even sell the home if Queensland is a hit!

    If your interested I will send some pictures.

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