The Residential Tenancies Authority (RTA) is heading to Cairns in October to deliver two free information sessions for property managers and property owners in the region.
Experienced RTA staff will provide tailored information to help you:
- understand and clarify your rights and responsibilities under current tenancy laws
- learn about proposed changes to Queensland's rental laws
- find out how to make the most of our support services and Web Services for essential bond and tenancy transactions
- learn more about the RTA's investigations and compliance role
- have your questions answered to help you manage tenancies and prevent disputes.
These sessions will be held in Novotel Cairns Oasis Resort (122 Lake Street, Cairns).
- Register for our property managers and agents session: Tuesday 19 October – arrive 1.45pm for 2.00pm–3.30pm
- Register for our property owners (landlords and lessors) session: Tuesday 19 October – arrive 5.45pm for 6.00pm–7.30pm
Cairns will also play host to the RTA’s first regional board meeting for 2021. Local sector representatives will have an opportunity to engage with the RTA and share what matters to them and the communities they represent.
RTA Chief Executive Officer Jennifer Smith encourages all interested locals to register for the two free sessions.
"We are excited to extend our regional connections in the Cairns region and support the community in-person after the event was postponed due to COVID-19 travel restrictions earlier this year,” Ms Smith said.
“The Queensland renting community has continued to work hard during the past year to cooperate and adapt to the changing and challenging times we’ve faced.”
“We hope our events will provide an opportunity for local property managers and owners to safely reconnect in person, ask questions, share their insights and experiences and learn more about how our free services can best support them in their work.”
For more information, please contact the RTA events team.
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