January 15, 2015 rummy

“Just one small tenant problem avoided can be priceless!” 1. Don’t negotiate your rental price or terms before meeting and screening the prospective tenant. It’s something we’ve all done at one time or another and have lived to regret it. In the vast majority of instances, the tenant who starts negotiating on your rental before even seeing it, is very rarely qualified financially to rent from you. Often, landlords may allow the tenant prospect to negotiate during the viewing of the rental. The tenant may criticize the property and point out improvements he or she wants done if they were…