Paying your rent on time should be your first priority. 

Here is what you are risking when you fall into arrears!


Arrears are recorded on your ledger automatically, and cannot be removed. This can impact your chances when you need your ledger to apply for a new rental, or finance.


You will be issued with a 14 day termination notice once your arrears reach 14+ days. This notice gives you just 14 days to remedy your arrears, or vacate the property & return the keys.


We will lodge an application for a hearing with NSW Civil & Administrative Tribunal when we issue your termination notice, or when you are frequently in arrears.


You may be black listed against TICA & the National Tenancy Database. This is visible to all other agencies for 5+ years & will dramatically impact your chances of being approved in future.


If arrears become an ongoing issue, we will not be able to provide a positive reference for you. Without a positive reference from another agency, your application is less competitive.


If necessary, we will arrange for the local sheriffs office to remove you from the property & change the locks. They can also assist in having your income garnished before you even receive it.


There are a number of ways you can pay your rent.

Direct transfer (manual payments)
Automatic Direct Debit (Set & Forget)
Cash in office


Did you know paying your rent late by just ONE DAY can have a serious negative impact your rental ledger?

With a click of the mouse, and just a few simple steps, you can arrange for your rent to come out automatically when you want it to. You can choose to have your rent deducted weekly, fortnightly or monthly – and never have to worry about forgetting to make your payment.

Direct Debit payments are made using “Rental Rewards Online” 

You can even choose to have a FREE reminder sent to your phone each week for approval.

Click below image to get started! 

If you have any outstanding arrears, this will not be deducted automatically when you set up direct debit payments.

Any invoices (eg water usage) will not be deducted automatically either – meaning you have total control over when those payments are made.