When these tenants left their old house in a mess, their ex-landlord dumped it in front of their new home

[post_page_title]An ounce of prevention…[/post_page_title]
Does that mean there’s nothing you, as a landlord, can do to prevent the same from happening to you? Well, in renting out properties as in medicine, an ounce of prevention is often found to be worth more than a pound of cure.

An ounce of prevention…

While it’s no easy task, vetting tenants is more than possible, and should help minimize your risks. Meeting and talking to the tenants beforehand is a must, as is receiving and verifying references from previous landlords and credit histories.

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