Our new tenants are provided with a property that is clean, secure, maintained in good repair and complies with health, building and safety requirements. Tenants will be given copies of the Property Condition Report.
Alliance Housing undertakes regular inspections during the tenancy and arranges maintenance as required.
Tenants are advised of inspections in writing, in accordance with the requirements of the Residential Tenancies Act. Tenants do not need to be present for an inspection as Alliance Housing can gain entry using the spare keys to complete the arranged inspection.
If the property has not been satisfactorily maintained by the tenant, a follow up inspection may be arranged within three to six weeks or a FORM 20 Notice to Tenant of Breach of Agreement sent. The notice requires the tenant to address the property concerns within 14 days to avoid further action.
The tenant will be informed in writing of the follow-up inspection, including details of what needs to be rectified. If a Form 20 was issued then the follow-up inspection will be to see that the issues have been rectified. Failure to rectify may result in further legal recovery actions.