16:08 PM, 24th January 2013, About 9 years ago 4
Rent arrears are every landlords worst nightmare.
One bad tenant can leave you unable to pay your mortgage with prospects of losing your property and possibly bankruptcy. Worse still the court system can take well over 6 months to achieve eviction!
Add to that extortionate lawyers fees and damage to the property, is it any wonder that rent arrears is the biggest fear amongst private landlords?
Arrears are increasing, courts are closing and the process of re-gaining possession of your property is taking longer and longer…
Is it any wonder that “professional rent dodgers” are having a field day?
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