A complaint often heard from tenants is that they decided to move on because the property just did not “feel like home” and the landlord was not open to them making small changes to get that warm and homely feel.
The thing is, it’s not the
Rental agents in at least two major metros are reporting declining demand, with properties remaining vacant for longer and quality tenants having their pick of the most sought-after apartments in their price range.
This begs the question: What can you, as the landlord, do for that
There are certain times in life when you want to settle down and others when you know it is time to move on; to a different job, a different town, or a different home that better suits your current needs.
Millennial homeowners are now reaching the
Your tenants suddenly decided to leave, in the middle of a lease contract, surely you can go ahead and recoup all possible monies owed through selling anything left at your property and find a new tenant to avoid losing any more money, right? Wrong.
Donna had been struggling to find the right rental property and was thrilled when she eventually found what she considered to be the perfect home.
“It was a really lovely-looking place. The fixtures were sensational and if I have to be honest, the spa bath in
I have been renting a home in Pretoria and, despite renewing the lease last October, have had a few too many run-ins with my landlord. He treats me with disrespect; has physically threatened my wife over the phone and pitches up to take photos of