ADVICE FOR PROPERTY RENTERS
Just sitting back and collecting the rents are not enough to become a successful landlord. It takes a little more effort with certain responsibilities.
Owning a rental property can become a nightmare if you have bad tenants. How to avoid it? Pick the best tenants you possibly can.
Whether the lease or rental agreement is as short as one page or longer than five, typed or handwritten, it needs to cover the basic terms of the tenancy. Here are some of the most important items to cover in your lease or rental agreement.
Every landlord’s dream is a tenant who never has any complaints, looks after the property they are living in and always pays their rent on time. Unfortunately, not all tenants fit this description, but you can increase your chances of finding a good match by following the tips in this guide.
If you are looking for someone who shares the same room with you, think about these tips:
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The difficulty in preparing a residential property to win over a tenant is that every tenant has different needs and wants. Tenants who are students will most likely prefer locations which are near to their schools, while tenants who are families with young children will prefer a neighbourhood with playgrounds, parks and other amenities which would provide for a suitable environment for their children to grow up in.