A friend sent me a link to an article about landlords mistreating tenants.
It said something like when tenants don’t pay rent landlords can’t cut their water or electricity, change locks or intimidate in other ways.
But the converse applies to tenants. Why should they treat landlords with disdain? Surely the transaction about renting a place is really using someone’s property for living in and paying the person who owns the property the rent that is due.
We all know that life isn’t that simple. But ethics are. It’s not ethical to stop payment under any circumstances.
Yes, we know actual examples of tenants who think they can get away with anything.
But there are also good tenants. They are just looking for a place to live and be happy.
The answer to all of this is to have a very thorough screening of tenants before you let them rent your property.
Is also important to seek tenants who would provide a right fit for you and your property.
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