• Answer:-

    In Queensland, the maximum rent increase is determined by the type of tenancy agreement. For periodic agreements, there's no specific limit, but it must be fair and reasonable. For fixed-term agreements, landlords can only increase the rent if the agreement allows it, and they must provide at least two months' notice. Always check your tenancy agreement and the Residential Tenancies Authority for the latest guidelines.

Nov 16 2024

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