New Rental Listing Alerts

Taking the stress out of finding a home by keeping you updated on all our latest property listings.
One Agency Lindy Harris will help guide tenants to their perfect rental property, and take care of any requirements, enquiries or concerns throughout the term of the lease.

We are embedded in the Singleton property market and are top-of-mind for investors looking for the right tenants. To find your perfect match property from our list of houses, simply fill in your details and we will do the rest of the work for you.
Tenant Tips
1: NEEDS AND WANTS
Prepare a short list of your ideal location, personal requirements, needs and wants that suit your lifestyle.

Once tenancy has commenced rent is payable fortnightly by direct debit, remember to factor in other costs such as electricity, water usage and garden maintenance
2: CONSIDER FINANCIAL SITUATION
A Bond equivalent to 4 weeks rent and Rent of 2 weeks is payable upon commencement of tenancy.
3: REGISTER REQUIREMENTS
Please register your requirements with us and we will contact you to discuss rental properties that may suit your needs.
4: INSPECT YOUR NEW HOME
Once you have confirmed the property suits your requirements we require you to complete a tenancy application. We will advise outcome within 48 hours of receipt.
  • PERSONAL INFORMATION
  • REQUIREMENTS
  • PRICE BUDGET

Buying Tips

1: ARRANGE BEST LOAN TO SUIT YOUR NEEDS

Speak with your financier or broker to arrange the best loan to suit your needs.

2: NEEDS AND WANTS

Prepare a short list of your ideal locations and your needs, wants and preferred areas that suit your lifestyle.

3: RESEARCH

Research sales in your preferred area using the Domain Property Guide & the website portals. Inspect every property in your preferred area so you have a feel for the price. Attend all open homes in the area.

4: RELATIONSHIP

Develop a relationship with a One Agency Sales Agent specialising in your preferred area. The agent will be able to offer additional advice and also alert you to new listings before they reach the media.

5: MAKING AN OFFER

Once you are comfortable with the sale contract and taking into consideration the building report, you are now able to make an informed decision to proceed with an offer on the property through the agent.

6: BUILDING INSPECTION

We recommend that you arrange a building inspection to make you aware of any major defects and concerns.

7: DEPOSIT

Once negotiations have been finalised, you will be required to pay a deposit. Your deposit will be held in trust in a non-interest bearing account until settlement.

8: SETTLEMENT

On settlement day, your solicitor or conveyancer may request that you have a pre-settlement inspection before settlement takes place. This is to ensure that the property is in the same condition as when you last inspected it and that all the inclusions are as per the contract you signed.