Some landlords are an absolute pain to deal with, but have you ever thought of what they think of us? I’m sure tenants aren’t really a walk in the park for them either. Read more by clicking here.
Sure, cleaning isn’t all that fun, but a bit of effort every week will greatly improve your living space, will help you get your deposit back, and will save your landlord from having to do major cleanup control when you move out.
Get things fixed:
Landlords would much rather take the effort to drive to your place and assess the situation than getting your keys back at the end of your lease along with a half working washing machine that ruined the wood floor due to leaking.
Refrain from pets if that’s the rule:
would want more than anything to take my cat up to school with me (cat people represent), but her hair would be a dead giveaway if the landlords were to ever drop by unannounced, and she tends to pee on things when she’s pissed off.
This is another one that landlords will be pretty strict about, and for good reason. Especially in older houses with that popcorn ceiling stuff, the cigarette smell might never really come out, leaving a stale cigarette smell lingering in the place for the next tenant to enjoy.
Don’t throw ragers:
Having a few people over is fine, just make sure that they will be respectful and won’t get into a frenzy and start trashing the place.