Duty of Care/Privacy

Duty of Care


What is duty of care?

Oxford dictionary definition:

Duty – moral or legal obligation
Care – protection, looking after

Therefore, Duty of Care is a moral and legal obligation to protect the tenant and look after the investment properly.

Failure to carry out this obligation could result in serious consequences. The property must be kept in a clean, well maintained condition, which is safe for the tenants to live in.

Our office is constantly working towards protecting your investment dollar $$$

Privacy Act Compliance

Privacy Act 1988

It is important to note that once appointed as your agent we are required to collect personal information to preform our obligation under the Management Agreement. We may also use this information collected to promote the services of the agent and/or to seek potential clients i.e. a testimonial from you, comparable market comparison information.

We may disclose this information to other parties including media organisations, on the internet, to potential customers or clients of the Agent (both existing and potential) tradespeople, body corporate, government organisations, statutory bodies and third parties required by law.

As an agent we will only disclose information in this way to other parties as required to preform our duties under our Management Agreement, to achieve the purpose specified above, or as otherwise allowed under the Privacy Act 1988.

As a client if you would like access to your personal information, you may do so by contacting our office. You also have the right to amend information if it is inaccurate, incomplete or out of date. Real estate and tax laws require our agency to collect this information. If the required information is not provided we may not be able to act effectively on the client/s behalf.