When a tenant term is coming to an end, it can be a tricky time for landlords. When conducting viewings, landlords may wish to start the process before the current tenants have vacated their property. The pros for landlords to do this are zero vacancy, uninterrupted cash flow, and the one time transfer of utilities. Here are three tips for landlords when showing an occupied rental to prospective tenants:
We’re flipping things around, from nightmare neighbours and boundary disputes, to how you can focus on yourself to get the best out of your relationship with your neighbours. It may seem like a chore at times, but a healthy relationship with your neighbour can save you a lot of aggro.
Being a Landlord is a tricky role. While wanting things to remain professional they need to ensure that they take the correct approach with tenants to guarantee they can always communicate effectively. Tenants need to feel that they can not only come to their Landlord in times of serious emergency but also when they may need to discuss something simpler but still necessary.
It’s a serious decision for every couple that considers making the step to move in with each other. It can be a testing time for everyone involved, who moves in with who? Are both of you moving? Some things to bear in mind are to be as open as you can with each other and ensuring it is a mutual decision. Don’t rush your situation even if your current tenancy is coming to an end and you are searching for a new property. Moving in with your partner should be a carefully thought out decision.