There are only a few lucky private sector landlords who can say that they have had nothing but positive experiences with renting their property. Unfortunately, in the private rented sector, it’s par for the course that at some point you will have a tenant who will not play ball. From non-payment of rent to anti-social behaviour, landlords should be aware of what steps they can take to deal with issues swiftly, to come to a resolution as quickly as possible!
We have listed five of the most common ‘offenders’ and how best to deal with them:
- The tenant who doesn't pay rent
- The anti-social tenant
- The tenant who won't let you in
- The tenant who damages your property
- The tenant who disappears
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