Moments in Moving: Meet Your Landlord
Published on Friday, 12 March 2010
Having an appointment with your landlord will either turn into a fruitful or disappointing one. Checking out the most suitable and your most preferred apartment is not an endeavour that requires your full attention and careful thinking. On the day you will meet your landlord, you have to know all the answers to your questions. You also need to make sure that all your concerns and other important issues are addressed. It pays to be confident during the interrogation process. A binding agreement should be signed when everything has been approved of by both parties: the tenant and the landlord. The agreement should contain all the necessary details that will cover all the policies and understanding needed to make the deal work. As much as possible representatives and witnesses should be present when the contract is signed. They should be well-informed about the deal so they can relay to you all the facts. Walking through the apartment is also needed. This way you will know what lies ahead of you when you eventually settled in the place. Don't ever rent an apartment without conducting an actual visit to evaluate the place. Your landlord should be your guide to show you all the corners of your future apartment.
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