Lack of due diligence could have ‘financial implication for landlords’


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Following a recent report which claimed that one third of private tenants would not tell their landlord if they did significant damage to their rental property, landlords are being urged to ensure that they have the procedures in place to make sure tenants can be reasonably charged for damage they cause to a rental property.

A YouGov survey commissioned by TheHouseShop.com last month revealed that 33% of private tenants would not inform their landlord if they caused major damage to their rental property, with 15% admitting that they would attempt to repair the damage themselves – with the landlord none the wiser.

But one way that you can be sure whether tenants have caused any damage to your property is to have an accurate schedule of condition in place.

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