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Shortage of houses in Bardon leaves tenants missing out

Shortage of houses in Bardon leaves tenants missing out

It’s easy to understand why Bardon is so popular. With buzzing cafés, leafy parks and a family-focussed community, this neighbourhood is a long-time favourite.

The popularity of the area however, has created a shortage of houses available for rent. This week, we leased 9 Eastment Street, Bardon with exceptional results.

The property generated a significant amount of interest from tenants, with applications submitted before they had even seen the home. After being online for just 2 days, 7 groups viewed the property and we received 3 quality applications on the home. The property was leased just 48hrs later for $795pw.

We now have several qualified tenants seeking 4-5 bedroom houses in Bardon between $700 and $900pw. There are very few properties currently available for rent within this price range.

If you own an investment property in the area, now could be an opportune time to take advantage of the limited supply of houses. We can help you secure qualified tenants with a minimal vacancy period for you.

Please contact us today if we can help.

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Byrony O'Neill

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