Terms and conditions for providers
Advertisers must read and agree to the terms and conditions below in order to add listings.
The Guild Accommodation Database website operates as an information exchange service only. The Guild does not match students or staff to accommodation offered within the Guild Accommodation Database website, nor does it guarantee that advertisers will find tenants as a result of using the website. Each advertiser listing their property with the Guild Accommodation Database website must make their own assessment of a student's character, financial means and/or suitability as a tenant. Any lease arrangement negotiated between a student and landlord is the responsibility of the parties involved.
It is the responsibility of the Advertiser to provide accurate and current information when submitting an advertisement on the Guild Accommodation Database website. It is expected that persons seeking accommodation will be dealt with in accordance to the relevant conditions under the Residential Tenancies Act and other relevant State legislation pertaining to accommodation standards, rental agreements and bond.
It is the responsibility of the Advertiser to manage and update their listing and close it when they have found tenants.
The Guild Accommodation Database service reserves the right at any time to:
- edit the information included in a listing if it is considered inappropriate, discriminatory or offensive
- refuse to list any property considered unsuitable for students
- refuse a listing if it is a duplication and the property/room is already listed on the website
- refuse entry of a listing into the website in the event of serious prior complaint regarding the suitability of specific accommodation and/or practices undertaken by the Advertiser
Please note that:
- You have to provide us with your full name
- You have to provide us with the unit number of the property if the room is located in an apartment (this is for admin purposes and will not be visible to anyone)
- The bond: if you are signing a standard Residential Tenancies Act lease, then the maximum bond that you can be asked to pay is 4 weeks’ rent, and if you are signing an accommodation or lodger agreement and there are 5 or more people living in that accommodation, then the maximum bond you should be asked to pay is 2 weeks’ rent.
- No external website links are accepted
- No information promoting other services that you may offer can be advertised on these pages. The website is for accommodation listings only and we don't accept external links.
- For share accommodation listings, we only accept single or twin share room type. [Example: a single room accommodating 3 or more tenants will not be published].
- The Guild Accommodation Database website service will not publish listings on behalf of providers.