Am looking to purchase a tenanted property; lease agreement will end around the settlement date so I could either ask for vacant possession or try to keep tenants on (they are keen to stay on) Is it reasonable to request the tenant/rental ledger? The selling agent is different from rental agent and has indicated she doesn't understand what this is, so I'll have to push a bit to try to get her to obtain it - and even then she might not. Ideally I'd also like to see the tenant's rental application for this property Am a bit extra worried about tenants in this current situation, many threads on other forums about tenants planning to squat due to "vcat being closed and public sentiment with the tenants" etc. If the sales agent doesn't provide the rental ledger etc, is there any way I can obtain it? Or is it well within the agent/vendor's rights not to provide the info? Full disclosure: we'd like to make major renovations to the property after a year and then move in, but during this one year I'd definitely like to have the place tenanted out, assuming we settle successfully. Also I would ask my preferred rental agent to take over from the current agent.