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Rented a Property? Know What your Landlord is Responsible for
When renting a property, a tenant is expected to live responsibly. S(he) is expected to not to deface the property and take care of the same. While the responsibility of tenants is usually known, many tenants arenвЂ™t been not aware about the responsibilities of the landlords. We bring here a checklist for you that the landlord must adhere to.
Tenants Be Aware of Your Rights Before Moving In
If you have stayed in rented accommodation for a substantial amount of time you might have had some pleasant and certain not so pleasant experiences with your landlord(s). Many a times, landlords bully tenants. The bullying might be verbal and/or emotional and me lead to lots of stress and anxiety.
Hedge Losses to your Business and Property with Vandalism Insurance
You are finally a proud owner of a property. You plan to rent it out to supplement your income. You have put out advertisements and have found a few potential tenants. What do you do next? Run a background check? Absolutely, but while you are finalizing the lease, donвЂ™t forget to opt for Vandalism Insurance.
Beyond Jargon: A guide and checklist for tenancy related formalities
Finding the right flat or the perfect house for rent is a big achievement. However, the process from finding the ideal property to actually moving in can be quite treacherous. It requires paperwork and other formalities. A small lapse or an oversight can put you back at square one.