Even if you are a tenant, you can interior design your rental room from this…
Whether you are a new or a season tenant who had rented many other rooms and apartment before. Preparing yourself before renting a room or apartment will always help you to have a more pleasant stay in your new rental place. If you want to post a free ad and start looking for a roommate, flatmate or co-share a room or apartment, then just click here to start posting your free ad immediately. Or you can continue to read on below.
Basically for tenant moving into a new rental room, flat, apartment, etc. Even if there are no owner or landlord staying in the house. It is still recommended to have self discipline and treat the room or apartment like your own. Its as simple as that. Following are more things to share for new and regular tenants.
- Be polite to owners and other tenants will help you a long way
- For a landlord, receiving the monthly rental from tenant shows that you have a stable income and this will put your landlord/owner at ease
- Always take note of what the landlord share with you. At times the landlord will know the important things to take note of and if he/she shares with you then its a good sign of trust e.g. dont throw garbage into neighbors’ rubbish bins for landed property room rental, how to turn back on the electric breaker, etc
- If you can feedback to your landlord or owner about certain things are broken or if any strangers are around the place, etc important information, this will build trust between you and your landlord. This will help you keep an open and positive communication with your landlord and in future if you need help from your landlord, it will be easier to request from them
- Always treat the landlord or other tenants with respect. This works both ways
- Know what repairs are to be done by the landlord and what repairs you need to pay for. Its best to make it clear right from the start
- Discuss with your landlord and owner about your privacy as well. You can ask your landlord to inform you before hand e.g. 1 or 2 days of any maintenance or repair works required before entering your room or apartment
- Also try to ask your local insurance company if there are any renter’s insurance to cover injury, robbery, etc
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