Questions To Ask A Prospective Tenant

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Questions To Ask A Prospective Tenant


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If you are planning to rent your property out to someone, make sure you do your homework well. Do not fall into a soup due to utter negligence. Ask simple but clear questions. Do not feel shy to ask them personal details. Remember that you are renting your property out so you have all rights to ensure that the person in not involved in any legal tangle.

Firstly, decide what type of tenant you are looking to target. Make sure you rent your house to people who are serious about your property. Make a questionnaire. Check out the internet for sample questions. Compile a list of questions. Make sure you include questions about their name, previous residence addresses, credit history, and phone numbers.

You can also ask questions like the reason for them moving out, what they expect from the new house, the number of people who would be staying along with the tenant, their age, etc. You can ask the tenant for a couple of contacts for further verification. Always remember to do a through verification. Never allow tenants who do not give you fool proof information.

Request them to fill up information about their credit history. If you find the person hesitant to give you adequate information, do not rent your property out. If the person is not really involved in any legal issues, he/she would be willing to share information and would not look hesitant or uncomfortable.

Read the person’s body language. The person’s physical appearance can give you a lot of idea about what type of a person he/she is. Observe his/her etiquettes. If you have a strong feeling that the person does not genuinely seem interested in your property, do not rent it out.

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