Terms & Conditions

When you’re ready for us to manage your property...

We will send you a Form 6 Management Agreement and once it is filled out completely, we can start marketing the property for you.

Jessica and Nakeisha work collaboratively in the rentals department. Nakeisha handles everything from the property being on the market for rent until the tenant moves into the property, then hands it over to Jessica who deals with the day-to-day happenings during a tenancy.

Until your tenant moves into the property Nakeisha will be your contact and during the tenancy, Jessica will be your main point of contact.

Jessica and Nakeisha both have years of experience in property investment management and strive to make your asset work for you.



Letting your property in the capacity of a vacation rental does have it’s a distinctive set of risks. After all, the biggest difference is the higher turnover of people through your door. However, this shouldn’t be a turn-off. Whilst it’s best to be informed and prepared for any mishaps, here at Nuve we say it’s better to be protected against them.

Let us introduce you to our Damage Protection Fee (DPF).

Our very own in-house handy cover is the epitome of practical. Overseeing any damage outside of everyday wear and tear from your guests up to the value of $500.00

Things like this can and sometimes happen. Having Nuve DPF in place means we have no need to trouble you (it’s the last thing we want to do) should there be any additional cleaning, broken kitchen wear, etc — It’s simply covered.

This damage protection fee is charged as part of our booking fee and is, therefore, a part of the overall booking total. And yes, you guessed it, you don’t pay for it.

Put simply, with the funds received from the DPF we would either cover damages below the cost of your excess or in the event, the cost is more we will pay towards the excess of a landlord insurance claim (capped at $500.00).

It fundamentally means the guest is responsible for their actions. That’s a win-win for you as a landlord.



Once you’ve made the fabulous decision to let your property with Nuve, the next step is ensuring it gets seen in the best possible way. And need we say, by doing this you will certainly bolster any potential income. We have no doubt your property is gorgeous, homely and inviting — but if the photos don’t do it justice, or worse yet no one knows it is there to be rented out, we’re sorry to say it but you will likely not get the bookings you were hoping to see.

Luckily for you, with years of experience in the property selling and renting space (ahem) we know just the right ways to market and position your dwelling and thus maximise your revenue.

We strongly believe professional photography is key to having your property rented at all. This is 2021 and we should face the facts; our attention spans are dwindling and pictures will inevitably speak louder than words. We hope it’s not a deal-breaker for you but at Nuve we politely require that all our holiday dwellings are professionally photographed. After all, don’t you want your guests to look at your rental and simply think wow I wish I lived there?

Once we have your photos, it’s time to put your listing online. Nuve utilises the best and most cost-effective websites from across the internet including all the big names such as Expedia, Airbnb, Booking.com, TripAdvisor, Agoda, and many more.

You know this already though; you are in good hands with Nuve. We just want to make sure you don’t forget it!

Photography $150
Marketing Fee $160/yr
Set Up Fee $300



These two are must-haves and we can’t rent out your listing safely without either. There are a host of reliable 3rd party companies which can look after both of these requirements for you and which we can give you advice on.

Quick overview

Landlord Insurance – A short stay policy with a minimum of $20,000,000 public liability cover.

Smoke Alarms — From the 1st of January 2022 new legislation specifies that all Queensland dwellings will be required to have interconnected photoelectric smoke alarms in all bedrooms, in hallways that connect bedrooms with the rest of the dwelling, and on every level.