Tenant Management

Cameron are here to help you understand our expectations of you as a tenant.

Here for the needs of your tenants.

We are here to help you understand our expectations of you as a tenant and to inform you of your obligations. We are responsible for managing your property and we aim to give you the highest possible level of service.

We will always enforce the terms and conditions of your lease agreement, those affecting your obligations as well as those affecting the Owner’s, and act as an intermediary between both parties.

While we strive to ensure smooth sailing for all, sometimes issues do arise. Rest assured you can call or email the Cameron team at any time and we will address your concerns.

Tenant Information.


When you occupy a Cameron-managed property, you can expect that its plant and equipment are compliant and in good working condition from day one. Lighting, roller doors, climate control—everything operating as it should.

As the Tenant, though, you have specific obligations to keep things that way for the duration of your lease. You must ensure all equipment is serviced regularly by qualified Contractors, and that gardens and drains are free of debris, with gutters and downpipes cleaned every 3-6 months.

Anything less is considered a breach of your lease. Sometimes the property Owner will have service agreements in place and you’ll only need to perform and pay for general maintenance. Consult with Cameron to ascertain the best way to stay on the correct side of your obligations.

Rental Payments

Cameron likes to keep things easy for Tenants and Owners alike, so we offer a variety of rental payment options. BPAY is our preferred method, but feel free to discuss your options with a Cameron Property Manager.

Be sure to pay on time and in full each month, and always pay invoiced property outgoings by the due date. Failure to do so will result in a friendly reminder. We encourage you talk to your Property Manager if you’re having financial difficulties, as owners may consider payment terms. Be sure to talk to us about any payment issues you may have.

Understand your obligations
to the property and lease.