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    @DT75 I've received a notice on a previous property about the lawn being a bit long. I believe the owner drove by and told the re, who then told us.

    I think it's a bit harsh to mention it at this time of the year - the lawn grows ridiculously fast, people are often away on holidays, weather is all over the place. Oh the joys of renting :/

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mod-Degrassi View Post
    @DT75 I've received a notice on a previous property about the lawn being a bit long. I believe the owner drove by and told the re, who then told us.

    I think it's a bit harsh to mention it at this time of the year - the lawn grows ridiculously fast, people are often away on holidays, weather is all over the place. Oh the joys of renting :/
    This is an area that they would have to come onto the property to see.

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    Oh ok - yes obviously they have complained about the lawn when they entered illegally!

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    I'm a landlord and no way would I do this - I get nervous about contacting my tenant directly (I pay a property manager) when I need to ask them if it's ok for the pest man to come.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DT75 View Post
    This is an area that they would have to come onto the property to see.
    What a nerve they have reporting on that when they were on the property without consent! Not cool

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    That's terrible behaviour on the landlords part and the real estate should have put them back in their box. I'm a landlord and would never dream of doing such a thing. My tenants pay me and therefore I consider them to be my clients and treat them with the respect that they deserve. I would look to move elsewhere when your lease is up.

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    Quote Originally Posted by babyno1onboard View Post
    That's terrible behaviour on the landlords part and the real estate should have put them back in their box. I'm a landlord and would never dream of doing such a thing. My tenants pay me and therefore I consider them to be my clients and treat them with the respect that they deserve. I would look to move elsewhere when your lease is up.
    We only just moved in and have put over $10000 into the place as we want to stay here at least 5 years. No way will we be moving.

    I rang the agent today to express my concerns with both the landlord and them. She tried to wave it off with an apology but I said that I would be contacting NSW tenancy as I am not ok with how things have repeatedly been handled. She got VERY nervous.
    I then explained that we actually have a gardener who comes once a fortnight but has been unable to do so for a while.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DT75 View Post
    We only just moved in and have put over $10000 into the place as we want to stay here at least 5 years. No way will we be moving.

    I rang the agent today to express my concerns with both the landlord and them. She tried to wave it off with an apology but I said that I would be contacting NSW tenancy as I am not ok with how things have repeatedly been handled. She got VERY nervous.
    I then explained that we actually have a gardener who comes once a fortnight but has been unable to do so for a while.
    That's a lot of money to spend at a rental! What if the owners don't extend your lease...?

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    Quote Originally Posted by babyno1onboard View Post
    That's a lot of money to spend at a rental! What if the owners don't extend your lease...?
    Well we are at the beginning of a 2 year one. So even that is manageable.

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    What did you spend $10k on? The owners should be loving you!

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