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Moving In Checklist

Here are a few helpful tips on commencing a new tenancy:


  • It is a good idea to take photographs of the property before the commencement of a new tenancy, and if possible date them.  Similarly, photos should be taken of the property before the tenant moves out. This is important should an issue arise regarding the condition of the property when the tenancy ends.  
  • It is really important to obtain a tenant’s PPS number before a tenancy commences.  A PPS number is a unique identifier, and in the event of a dispute, the PRTB will have an improved chance of tracing a tenant(s) address if a PPS number is supplied. Without a PPS number, the PRTB may not be able to locate the tenant and may not be in a position to process your dispute.  
  • Landlords should be familiar with their rights and obligations as well as those of their Tenant(s).  
  • Check out to get further information on taxation implications on rental income and deductions.