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One mistake you should never make

Jun 20, 2024

Here's a wild story:

A Tenant moves in.

They seem nice.

Pay on time.

Everything's peachy.

Then one day, you swing by and a stranger greets you at the door.

"Uh, you are??"

"Oh, I live here — renting a room from a buddy."

Turns out, your Tenant thought it'd be a swell idea to play landlord.

Without asking.

They handed over the keys to someone you've never met.

Pet iguana, drum set, the whole shebang.

Can I buy tickets to that family reunion? 

So, what's the big deal with subleasing?

You're stuck with a stranger who doesn't give a hoot about your lease rules.

Don't let a Tenant sublease the property. 

Stick it in your lease.

And check in on the place once in a blue moon.

By Landlord Legal

Nailed it, that's issue #115 of The Brief.

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