Wondering why your landlord wants you to vacate the property even though you have been paying rent on time. We outline some of the reasons.
Are you wondering why your landlord wants you to vacate the property even though you have been paying rent on time. The landlord may choose to change tenants for the following reasons:
The landlord has to prioritize between the upkeep of the house and the rental income. Normal wear and tear such as minor scuffs are expected when a tenant lives in the property. If the property is being abused, the landlord is going to incur far more expenses than what’s covered by the rent and security deposit. See how to prepare for a property inspection.
The best way to address this situation is by using a move-in checklist to document the condition of the house. Use this as a reference when moving-out and estimate the repair costs. HomeKasa offers free online software for move-in and move-out checklists.
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