Five Tips on How to Deal with Difficult Tenants
If you have no clue how to describe a problem tenant, you’re a lucky landlord. Dealing with difficult renters can be a landlord’s worst nightmare. Bad tenants have been known to do everything from refusing to pay rent on time, damaging appliances and furniture or even conducting criminal activity in the rental. If all these behaviors belong to one and the same tenant, that’s a disaster. But if a tenant was late with the rent one time, it doesn’t automatically mean they’re a terrible renter. Don’t jump the gun. Instead, carefully analyze the circumstances first.