We all should expect to get our bond back without any problem. More often it is not always the case. In some special cases in Australia of the Northern Territory and Tasmania your bond money is held by the Government Organizations. Beware of fake agents and landlords. Here are some good points which will help you to get the bond back.
Before you move in, negotiate with the landlords or agents. You should also discuss any important problems issues. To get a good relation and confirming the agreement will give a better set up to start.
Lodging the bond in the government agency is required. You should keep the follow up whether the bond has reached the right person.
Precautions must be taken when you are going to stay as a tenant. During the period of your rent you can expect certain things of normal use to have normal damage. If the damage happens at a large amount then the dispute might arise between you and the landlord. So one must take advance precautions when you get a well furnished flat. Sofa covers tables and chairs with attractive cloth so that you can protect them. Burning ashes of cigarettes or drink spill over could increase your burden at the end.
Selecting the right fitting of the location. Some areas are foul to stay. You should accommodate in a place where it is hard surface. The best places for accommodation are those that have been bought as a property of investment and will be fitted out to suit. Generally a place with white walls so if there is any wear and tear it can be easily fixed is the best alternative.
A good term with the landlord should be maintained.
Cleaning in order should be maintained. The work of bond clean might be done by you or by bond cleans services.
Do not forget to claim your bond on departure. Be aware that you need to be active regarding getting your bond. There are some owners who do not want to give you the agreement papers. As you have got 14 days to get those papers back that is to claim your bond back. If you fail to have those documents then the agency will try to contact you about your residential address.