Contact UniSA Accommodation Services if you would like to discuss your options.
We do not inspect the properties listed or interview the people advertising on the Rental Database. You will need to make your own enquiries about the suitability of the property, housemates and landlord.
Here are some tips to help you make a decision:
Do not pay any money until you have thoroughly inspected the property. Do not pay any money unless you are satisfied that the agreement is genuine. Make sure that you get a receipt for money paid. We strongly advise against sending money overseas. Use the Rental Database messaging option, rather than private email. Here is some further advice about scams.
Consumer and Business Services (Tenancies) provide key information, including in languages other than English, as well as a more detailed Information Brochure. Here are additional Housing FAQs to make your rental experience easier.
We strongly advise that you use written agreements in English. This prevents disputes about the agreement and what is included in the rent. Download a standard Residential Tenancy or Rooming House agreement.
Receipts are a legal requirement. If you are paying your rent with cash, always make sure that you get a receipt in English immediately.
Contact UniSA Accommodation Services for advice.
You can also contact Consumer and Business Services (Tenancies) for assistance with your situation. Open during office hours at 91 Grenfell Street, Adelaide. Telephone 131 882
These are free services.
It's advisable to take out contents insurance. Even though the property you are renting is probably insured by the landlord, that would not include your belongings.
So protect your belongings against theft or damage by taking out home contents insurance. Shop around online for an option which suits you.
UniSA offers a large number of scholarships and grants, so go online and check out your eligibility.