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    If we r renting. And it's private rental.

    Can we rent our rooms out at all ?

    With out the landlord knowing. Or how do we do it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jessandmeltrappel View Post
    If we r renting. And it's private rental.

    Can we rent our rooms out at all ?

    With out the landlord knowing. Or how do we do it.
    So your rental doesn't go through an agent, its just a private agreement between you and the owner.
    I'd be very careful sub-letting. It may breech your agreement. I know when we went through an agent it stated that sub-letting rooms was a breech and they could terminate the lease straight away.

    Not only that if you get someone in and they do a lot of damage, you'd have a lot of explaining to do. Best to just ask your landlord...

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    Rental for very standard house $840 per fortnight

    Loan for our soon to be home $300,000 $848 per fortnight but we own 60% of it and it's a dream home.

    I don't work but dh earns $4500-$5000 after tax a fortnight. (he pays about $40000 tax a year)
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    We pay $600 a week for our current house plus also our land we bought last April. Income per week is around $1500-$1600 after tax

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    $420/week for an apartment in inner Sydney. (Rent)

    My total net income from all sources is about $1100/wk. (I'm single)

    Apparently the amount of rent I pay could service the repayments on a home loan of about $250k, but there is nothing anywhere near here for that price

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    We pay close to $800 a week for a New house we just built. Income is around $2500 a week.

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    Weekly rent is $190 for a 3 bedroom house with large backyard. Weekly income is about $550 a week atm

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    We pay $600fn for a massive 3br home in Adelaide.

    Our land loan is about $400fn.

    We get about $1600 - $1700 after tax a fortnight. And we never have money to spare.

    I'm surprised at how much some people earn! I can only dream...



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    I *thought* we were on a fairly standard double income until I read this thread! *calmly picks jaw up from floor*

    We currently pay $300 pw mortgage on a $1750 pw double income. (DP is on leave from work, so only receiving 75% of his usual wage.)

    HOWEVER, we're under contract to sell, and are currently discussing if we can afford a $340 pw rental + an extra $33 pw storage shed as there are currently no homes in our new town for rent with a shed.

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