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January A Busy Month For Rentals In Ballarat

By Phillip Lee

Ray White Ballarat held their first Rent Event for 2013 on Wednesday 30th January.

January is the start of the busy rental season with people moving to Ballarat to commence new jobs and an influx of students starting to look for accommodation in readiness for commencing their studies at the University of Ballarat or the Australian Catholic University.

Thirty rental properties were open for inspection during the 11th Rent Event which commenced at 9.10am and finished with the last rental property being opened at 4.30pm.

Ray White Ballarat Director Phillip Lee said a total of 143 people inspected the properties throughout the day and the Rent Events had become a feature of the Ballarat rental property market.  Mr Lee said 3 properties were let prior to the day and many had been let since to the delight of their landlords.

Since February 2012, Ray White Ballarat have run eleven Rent Events and their property management department have shown 1337 prospective tenants through 263 rental properties in Ballarat.

Mr Lee said property investors who would like their rental property to be part of the next Rent Event should contact their Business Development Manager Gaile Atkinson on 5337 0519 or 0417 353 138.

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