Landlords advised to ‘get together’ with struggling tenants
The key to keeping both landlords and tenants happy is good regular communication.
Whether a landlord owns and rents out one property or dozens, it is likely that from time to time they will come across a tenant that runs into financial or social difficulties.
These may affect his or her ability to pay their rent on time, or even their need to live in the home any longer, but in such situations it can pay for landlords to have a positive and caring attitude. At least, that is in the opinion of David Lawrenson, private rented sector expert at LettingFocus.com, who said good communication between a property owner and a tenant is a must.
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