Investors think that the hardest part of becoming an investor is
searching for and finding the right investment property.
In reality, that’s only the beginning.
Once you own an investment property and become a
landlord, you have to learn how to effectively manage it – and a huge part of
this is ensuring that your tenants are happy.
After all, if they’re not happy living there, they’re
going to move to greener pastures pretty swiftly.
We are going to look at the most common tenant complaints, for those living in apartments and how to overcome them.
Children running around in a unit
complex without much adult supervision are likely to attract the attention of
other tenants, and not in a positive way.
We’re not talking about kids who like to
take a scooter ride after school around the complex – but the cheeky children
who shriek around the complex and go ‘door-knocking’ (purposely or
intentionally knocking on other tenants’ doors and then running away for "fun”,
a game that can be very irritating and frustrating for neighbors).
Complaints regarding children can be targeted at
those who live on the premises, or children who are visiting the complex
Importantly, a body corporate can't refuse
to let a dwelling to certain groups of people such as families, and complaints
regarding children can be very difficult to manage. Children are, by nature,
noisy little critters!
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Wednesday, 28 October 2020