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Paying Your Rent


It’s important that paying your rent is just like paying any other type of bill. Many people do not realise that your rental history will support your credit rating. Therefore it’s important you are aware of the payment options and what is required.

We provide you with a couple of options for the payment of rent; we are strictly a cashless office. These options include Direct Deposit, Internet Transfer or Money Order; it’s your choice as to which option you prefer

If you have forgotten your reference number please email 

Bank Account Details

Bank: CBA - Commonwealth Bank Australia
Account Name: HHRP Trust Account
BSB:  064 185
Account No: 10312934
Reference: Located on Your Rent Card


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 own hands and stop paying rent as a way to get work done. If you do this you are breaching the agreement and you could be given a Notice to Leave.

H&H Residential Properties has a ‘Zero Tolerance’ for Rent Arrears, this is 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 repercussions.

Category Time Elapsed  Reminder Notice
Arrears 1 1 to 7 days in arrears Text message, email or phone call.
These are automatic and cannot be stopped until rent is back in line.
Arrears 2 8 to 14 days in arrears Notice to Remedy Breach
Arrears 3 17 days in arrears Notice to Leave (after 2nd Notice to Remedy Breach)