1/89 N Lake Rd, Myaree WA 6154, Australia
89 North Lake Road Myaree WA
Real Estate Agency
(08) 9317 4125
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Exact same experience as Paul McDonald. PLEASE DON'T HAVE ANY DEALINGS AT ALL WITH THIS COMPANY!!!!! I'm currently fighting this crook of a company in court for my right to get all my bond money back. Property was left in great condition. They hand pick over such small little irrelevant things. Not professional at all! PLEASE STAY AWAY!!!!!
Diamond Realty have proven to be life savers in my absence for Rentals that have unexpected problems. Michelle has provided me with great service going the " Extra mile " where needed. Excellent friendly service . Dave & Glyn Perth.
Thanks for all your help team! I definitely will refer you guys to anyone. We've been very impressed and grateful for all the help they have given us so far.
Diamond Realty have been an absolute pleasure to deal with. We have rented a unit through them for over 6 years and they have always been quick to respond to any queries in a professional, efficient and helpful manner. I highly recommend them.
As our Rental Manager, Michelle has been wonderful in managing our property. She keeps us well informed on matters relating to the rental, provides us with well documented property reports and attends to maintenance matters very promptly. Diamond Realty make our rental experience very comfortable.
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