Meth screening rental properties: a best-practice approach

17-Apr-2018 12:02:00 Share this:

Meth use is increasing at an alarming rate in Australia and is putting both people and properties at serious risk.

In the rental market, landlords are at risk of having their investments devalued or deemed uninhabitable due to meth contamination. Fixing this can be both costly and time consuming, leaving property owners severely out of pocket and with an unoccupied property on their hands. The only way to ensure a rental property is meth free is with regular screenings, particularly in between tenancies.

 



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Topics: Rental Property, meth testing, Landlords, Investment Property