Avoiding eviction by renting carefully is key these days. Since things are radically changing in the renting world today. If you rent, why not play a better renter’s game by keeping your living space safe and full of peaceful living joy to avoid eviction. Understand how it’s played starting now by monitoring and track events in your rental home inside and outside as these could be invaluable assets to track for you to avoid eviction.
Learn the ‘legal’ lingo for apartment and home renting will fit in with the real estate players. Simple to do, few words as square feet or 12x12 room size or names of locks that are on your doors. Understanding about plumbing will help. Using the ‘rental words’ the landlord and lawyers use could go miles, leveling the playing field and work in keeping a peaceful environment.
Landlords ‘talk the talk’ and have the assets and lawyers ‘have the lingo’ to get you positive results, so why not you, as the renter, do the same.
There’s so much to know about renting and it can change. Look at your cities and states for laws and rules that oversee your rental, too. Know as much as you can and review often as renting laws change. All you can know about renting is good to know.
Landlord/tenant disputes. Yikes, you say. Well, breathe. Ok. Knowing as much as you can is, I feel critical even if you live in a village outside of the USA. Your life will change when renting. Ours did.
. Onward to create a checklist on renting which could include the following and you say it’s hard enough just getting a rental, and it’s good to do what you can to find the right rental:
. Safe location
. Suitable location for getting to work
. Quiet area
. Close to shopping
. Bus is nearby
. Close to shopping
. Schools are excellent
. Use the TenantsJournal.com
. Use the FREE Rental Check List before you rent. Good to know what you are moving into. Give a copy to the manager and confirm via email so it does not charge you with any issues you didn’t do.
. Use the tenantsjournal.com FREE MANAGERS INTERVIEW and get to know who will manage your home and who you have to answer to.
. See the tenantsjoural.com a FREE Tenant Form for repair entry of your manager.
. Understand that the rental is a business and is good for responding in communications.
. You have signed up for tenantsjounal.com and spend a few minutes a week monitoring your rental because things can happen and one can get an eviction, even paying rent and you will have all documents and notes from using the forms
. You read the e book by tenantsjournal.com to see how others have fared and avoid issues that could arise and realize what can happen which you didn’t know.
. You have renter’s insurance and shopped for best deal
. Animals have vaccines
. There’s a FREE Generic Rental Agreement in tenantsjournal.com add to it as you need.
. In your journal, you have a talented attorney on file, telephone number to local fire department, utilities, building and safety and others you made want.
. If you require parking, check the rules are in the agreement and learn what they mean.
. You have all documents in a safe place.
. Others, as owner will have a key to your place, so be mindful.
. Creating an addendum as example, ‘I will get 3 day’s grace period to pay my rent because it’s not automatically included in renting’.
Good luck and be mindful. This is certainly not a be all and hope this helps for you to know more.