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    What on earth did you put $10000 into?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lincolns mummy View Post
    What on earth did you put $10000 into?
    We painted it and attempted to remove the mould. Plus half the air con unit (which hasn't yet gone in).

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    painting I can understand, even though I personally wouldn't spend $10 on someone else's property. the AC, surely it's a moveable one? you can't spend money on a permanent fixture? what will you do with it when you move?

    and the mould issue, if have forced the landlord to fix it prior to moving in. that's an ownership issue, not a tenants responsibility

    sheesh, put the $10k towards a deposit for a place of your own next time!!! your landlord must be loving you two!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by DT75 View Post
    We painted it and attempted to remove the mould. Plus half the air con unit (which hasn't yet gone in).
    Mil just paid 12k or less to have her investment home fitted with a good reverse cycle ducted air con. She paid the lot knowing she could claim it all back on tax. I can understand if you wanted to pay to have it painted but to pay to have air con installed is just crazy. Even if you want to live there long term. That amount of money is a good start to a deposit on your own home especially if that amount of money is no big deal to you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DT75 View Post
    We painted it and attempted to remove the mould. Plus half the air con unit (which hasn't yet gone in).
    Not to be rude - but that was kinda dumb.

    The landlord should have removed the mould - it should have occurred before you moved in.

    Don't expect to see a cent of that 10grand back.

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    That landlord WILL remove the mould- it's still there. We just had to do something in the meantime.

    We agreed to pay half of the aircon as there was none, and we wanted it.

    We don't expect to see any of that money back, why would we?

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    Quote Originally Posted by DesperatelySeekingSleep View Post
    Mil just paid 12k or less to have her investment home fitted with a good reverse cycle ducted air con. She paid the lot knowing she could claim it all back on tax. I can understand if you wanted to pay to have it painted but to pay to have air con installed is just crazy. Even if you want to live there long term. That amount of money is a good start to a deposit on your own home especially if that amount of money is no big deal to you.
    We already have a deposit, thanks.

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    When Dh and I were landlords (we weren't ready to move into the house we bought). I remember having to give notice if we wanted to do an inspection. I would have never, ever have turned up.Is the air con removable? If you chipped in some $, what happens when you move in approx 5yrs or they don't extend the lease?

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    Quote Originally Posted by DT75 View Post
    That landlord WILL remove the mould- it's still there. We just had to do something in the meantime.

    We agreed to pay half of the aircon as there was none, and we wanted it.

    We don't expect to see any of that money back, why would we?
    Honestly I would have refused to start the lease until the mould was removed.

    Why put your health at risk because of a lazy landlord.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 2BlueBirds View Post
    When Dh and I were landlords (we weren't ready to move into the house we bought). I remember having to give notice if we wanted to do an inspection. I would have never, ever have turned up.Is the air con removable? If you chipped in some $, what happens when you move in approx 5yrs or they don't extend the lease?
    if the landlord has a copy of the tax invoice he'll probably just claim the whole lot in his tax and get half a free AC plus the tax benefit to go with it.

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