Hi All, I would like to get your opinion please on the steps I can do in my current situation: 1. House went into the market mid this year. 2. Within first two weeks my property manager declined one of the applications due to history of missing payments which I completely agreed on. 3. 3rd week, property manager called me about an application with a tenant having a good history, relatively small family and the only reason they were looking for the property is that children outgrow their rooms. I was told that the property they left had just 1 cleanliness issue which was rectified before they have left. 4. So I told my property manager, if you are happy with them, I am okay and lets proceed with the application. 5. Few days after signing my application, my property manager moved on and I was assigned to a new property manager. 6. Few weeks later, tradie went to the property for maintenance and told the property manager that the house was really in worst shape and cannot believe what he saw. 7. Property manager did emergency inspection and even tenant started cleaning up she knew it was in a bad shape and saw more people in there than what was in the agreement. 8. New Property Manager dig up on the tenant history and I was told that there were consistent cleanliness issue with the tenant, missing payments, and the previous landlord did not allowed them extend the contract and ask to leave. My new property manager cannot believe that I accepted (or even presented to me) this tenant and I mentioned that none of these issues were presented to me. 9. Now tenants are delayed on repayments and we already breached once and expected to miss again due to lack/inconsistent work. What should I do? the property manager says they will try to reimburse the letting fee/marketing cost if tenant gets breached and kickout but I felt that is not enough especially that we cannot just immediately put the property back in the market before this tenant leave. I'm sure this incompetence willm cost me more than just letting/marketing fees. Thank you in advance.