Every year, around two million US citizens pack their bags and move to a new neighborhood in search of better employment or educational opportunities.
Moving to a new house is never easy—especially on a person’s pockets. But the process is as troublesome for landlords as it is for tenants. Once an old tenant leaves, they need to search for new ones and strike a reasonable deal that works for both parties.
Common hurdles that landlords face include tenants not paying on time or not evacuating the premises after their term is over.
In short, maintaining a good relationship with your tenants is as important as getting a tenant on board. Here’s how you can do so: