Australia: Tenants’ Union of NSW – Rent increases, your rights and options

Tenants are already doing it tough. Lack of housing, inadequate tenancy rights, fire, flood and pandemic, have combined to create the severe rental crisis we are currently experiencing. Sadly, some landlords and agents are using this as an opportunity to push tenants even further. Getting a rent increase on top of everything else is a massive burden, but that’s what a growing number of renters are now facing.

In this special edition of Tenant News, we present several new tools we’ve developed to help renters who are facing an increase. Find out:

  • What are my rights?
  • How do I negotiate?
  • What evidence can I use?
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