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When a landlord or agent advertises features of a rental property, it is fair to assume the tenant should expect to have that feature available. Many tenancy laws however may not support the importance of an advertised feature, which can make enforcement difficult or not worth the time or money. False advertising reviews include landlords or agents who have failed to deliver on the advertised features of the property.

905 Kingston Road, Waterford West, Queensland, Australia

I got approved for this property with my 2 kids, I was told the property would be cleaned and fixed up before I moved in, and was told again once the lease was signed(didn't get an RTA booklet) that bond cleaners were being organized as well as... read more

LJ Hooker - Yarrabilba

There were problems with the house that they didn't fix and were health risk read more

LJ Hooker - Yarrabilba

I do not know where to even begin this real estate agency if this is what you can call them is an absolute joke! We moved in on march 28th we didnt even last in this property six months. The issues were so bad we broke our lease. First issue was... read more

161 Brisbane Water Drive, Point Clare, New South Wales, Australia

Illegal power/ gas meter loose and exposed pipes fittings.Floods rear door each time it rains.Always wet and moldy in kitchen and bedroom cupboards and up the walls.Switches to private from agent as soon as you move in.Then does nothing regards... read more

11 Muriel Court, Cockburn Central, Western Australia, Australia

I too looked at this property after seeing it on the web. I went to seek a peek one night with hubby. Can not believe the price for such an old property in this terrible condition. There are so many better deals around and from property managers who... read more