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Don't Rent Your House to the Strangers (19 pics)

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  • 24 Jun, 2013  |
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The owners rented their four-bedroom home in Gosberton Risegate, Lincs, UK to the strangers and now regret it. The couple who rented it had five children and 14 mastiff dogs. They made a mess out of the house.

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№1 Author: Wulfruna (24 Jun 2013 04:00) Total user comments: 141


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Who are 'the Strangers'?
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№2 Author: capt.huffnpuff (24 Jun 2013 05:48) Total user comments: 2801


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Always get a security deposit. The renters don't get it back if they've messed up the place.
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№3 Author: OldOllie (24 Jun 2013 06:25) Total user comments: 1329


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I don't think a $500 security deposit would cover this. It looks more like about $25,000 in damages.
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№4 Author: Jericho (24 Jun 2013 10:29) Total user comments: 651


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Well, not like they could do this in a month. Make a visit to your property once in a while, and this would never happen.
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№5 Author: Brak61 (24 Jun 2013 17:54) Total user comments: 676


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I have two rental houses now (hopefully more to come) and I only rent via personal referral from someone I know already. I would never consider running an ad, no telling who, or what, is likely to respond. And I have a detailed lease that spells out everything that is expected of the lessor and what I will also do to maintain the property. :01:

I think this couple saw $$$ and let just anybody move in. :13:
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№6 Author: fluorescentG (24 Jun 2013 19:17) Total user comments: 3958


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brak61, thanks man. I really wanted to know how you deal with all this. clearly this would never happen to you
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№7 Author: Lu (24 Jun 2013 20:00) Total user comments: 15082


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Never take ANYBODY at face value!
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№8 Author: Aindy (25 Jun 2013 01:13) Total user comments: 2790


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capt.huffnpuff,
Depending on the country, you may not be able to 'throw' them out if you see they are wrecking the place, or even if they arent paying rent. You have to go through the courts, which send the tenants letters for a while, then eventually they send a letter saying police will be there, but before they get there they are gone. This process can take several months, and has ruined many a landlord.
The 'escaped' tenants just go to the next place, pay security deposit and one months rent (the norm), then the process starts again...
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№9 Author: pit (25 Jun 2013 19:26) Total user comments: 0


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I think 50 kids and 200 mastiff dogs is no explanation to leave house in that condition... habitants were just messy pieces of sh*t
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