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What happens when tenants bring in undisclosed pets?

Posted by Kent M. Miller | Jun 07, 2021 | 0 Comments

As a landlord, you don't inherently know everything about what your tenants do or even who they are. The only information you really have is what they provide to you on their lease application. You expect tenants to be truthful about their identity and to disclose information about who will stay ...

If your tenant pays rent late, what should you do?

Posted by Kent M. Miller | Mar 10, 2021 | 0 Comments

Your tenant has been a fantastic tenant for the last several years. You recently had them ask you for an extension to pay, which you found unusual. You said it was okay and gave them an extra week without additional charges. Now, this month, they're asking for an extension again. You're confused,...

Have I been subject to an illegal eviction?

Posted by Kent M. Miller | Jan 05, 2021 | 0 Comments

Landlord-tenant disputes can be particularly stressful and intense because they concern housing. Being evicted means that you are left in an extremely vulnerable position whereby you may not have anywhere to live, and it could put you at a financial disadvantage since you were unlikely to have be...

Should you evict a noisy tenant?

Posted by Kent M. Miller | Dec 03, 2020 | 0 Comments

Noisy tenants can be a big problem for landlords. If you have multiple tenants living in an apartment complex or near one another, then a noisy neighbor could result in calls asking you to make it stop. As a landlord, it is important that you take responsibility for tenants who aren't being respe...

Steps to take if your tenant stops paying rent

Posted by Kent M. Miller | Aug 26, 2020 | 0 Comments

Maybe you saw it coming. Maybe you're a bit surprised. Regardless, if your tenant stops paying rent, it's critical that you take the right steps at the right time. While there is no right or wrong approach to this potentially complex issue, there are some basic steps you can take in an attempt to...