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Tuesday, 4 April 2017

SIGNS AND TIPS THAT HELPS TO AVOID COSTS SUING A DEFAULTING TENANT


An angry client of mine stormed into one of his rented properties at around  00:01 mid night and ordered a defaulting tenant to vacate the premises with immediate effect ! Shocked by this militant move the tenant packed all his belongings and left the house. I still wonder where in Harare did the tenant go to find a vacant house in the dead of night. This tip worked instantly for this landlord but its not however, one of those Iam recommending to you in this article.

Definitely, if you have rented properties you need to have a sustainable way of dealing or avoiding defaulting tenants because they will cost you money and reduce your rental profit! Most landlords at the time of defaults are usually not financially capable to sue a defaulting tenant. Probably, its because the money they should use is that the tenant would have not paid.  So if there are ways to avoid this expense and save money then such ways are most welcome. To this end here are some signs and tips on how to avoid  expenses suing a defaulting tenant.