Paying Your Rent

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Premierre Group has a 'Zero Tolerance' for Rent Arrears

Keeping your rent up to date is extremely important. We strongly advise it is vital you consider paying your rent as you would any other bill as your rental history will support your credit rating, therefore it's very important you are aware of your payment options and what is required.

We provide you with 3 options for paying rent, both are electronic forms of payments, as we are strictly a cashless office. These options include direct deposit, Payment Gateway system (automatic recurring payment, phone or internet transfer) or Money Order. It's your choice as to which option you prefer.

Under the Residential Tenancies Act, you are required to pay your rent by the date noted on the schedule in your lease and it must always be paid in advance. Should you have any difficulties in paying your rent, please notify us as soon as possible.

If you have requested maintenance, you should not take matters into your hands and stop paying rent as a way to get work done. If you do this, you are breaching your tenancy agreement, and you could be issued a Notice to Leave.

We have a strict policy on the payment and collection of rent. Should you fall behind for any reason, the below timeline provides you with a list of events.


Category 1 arrears

Category 2 arrears

Category 3 arrears

Category 4 arrears

Time Elapsed

1 to 3 days in arrears

4 to 7 days in arrears

8 to 14 days in arrears

17 days in arrears

Reminder Notice

Text message or email

Phone call

Notice to Remedy Breach

Notice to Leave

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