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BBFult last won the day on September 20 2019

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  1. A handyman in town (TPS) posted this picture of a paint job done by a tenant. They found the painted wall when they were doing the eviction walkthrough. Tenant did have some paint skills, but bet it is a bugger to paint over! Sherwin Williams did a training class and they said they had a special paint to cover the bold colors. I would try that.
  2. I would just give a larger window and in text updates as you get them.
  3. I believe the rule is running water is required. Hot Water is not. Under links or state laws on the website it has the "real" Landlord Tenant Act laws.
  4. Court Service has a customer service desk. I just walk in there and ask...they always point me in the direction to get me started. Takes time though cause there is a line. I would go when most people are at work.
  5. I should of gone. maybe next time. I see that's just around the corner
  6. This is difficult cause can you even really prove them ignoring it for two weeks caused what % of the total damage.
  7. Well, I'd rather them put clothes in the shower rather than water...Avoids leaks
  8. Did you serve the notice or just a verbal/text/email thing? If you didn't serve and for the right times, yes that tenant can refuse. i do wonder why the tenant is being picky. Most good tenants wouldn't care.
  9. My husband wanted to do it, not me. We are selling our duplex and keeping the single family because we have long term good tenants in there. It’s definitely not for me and I’m too busy with my full time job and kid to deal with it.
  10. I see all these comments/threads about landlords hating their jobs, stressed out to the max, and at the end of the day, probably still financially struggling. I’m just curious why we still do this if we’re not happy? Serious question. Comment below.
  11. BBFult

    Damage = Crime

    When renters do considerable damage to a property why isn't it considered a crime? What options are there left if we can't recieve help from the police?
  12. BBFult

    It's Business

    I think it’s fair to say that if you own a property that you rent out, you need to make sure you see it as an asset not your home or whatever. Assets can get trashed, incur costs etc. All you need to worry about is how to keep it generating a revenue. I’ve seen so many people who get too emotionally invested with their properties, which means it isn’t a good idea to rent it out!
  13. I too have a young couple out of work but still paying. They get it from someone. One week I had them do work for me and that was cheaper than hiring someone. They pay by the week.
  14. Would a tow company tow it away since it is illegally parked? Then they can do with it what they will. Try to contact the owners or sell it at auction if they don't respond.
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