The tree in the front yard aggravates my allergies… I refuse to pay until you have it removed! The tree was a HUGE 40 year old cottonwood tree!
A maintenance request was turned in to the management company regarding a hazardous outlet that sparked whenever something was unplugged. The manager, rushed over due to the fire hazard and was unable to ‘re-create’ the issue so a licensed electrician was called in. He was also unable to isolate the issue, so they changed out the outlet and double checked that the wiring was ok. A week later, the tenant called again stating that the problem had returned, and again the electrician was sent out, nothing was able to be found wrong with the outlet. After careful review and speaking with the tenant the..
My company went bankrupt so i’m going to be late on rent…..
“It’s not MY fault that YOU have a mortgage!” It is a fairly common belief that owners of a rental properties have a lot of money, the reality is that most do have mortgages that have to be paid. Mortgage companies don’t except the excuse of, “my tenant didn’t pay rent this month” as a valid reason why they didn’t get the payment. Unfortunately, the end result of not paying the mortgage is a foreclosure and then both the tenant and the owner suffer.
My credit is REALLY bad, so if you don’t mind, I was going to use my friends social on the application! Unfortunately, this would be considered identity theft! photo credit: www.freeimages.com/ivanvicenio
During a regular, routine inspection, the tenant asks the manager to NOT go into the kitchen. Unfortunately for the tenant, the manager needed to go into the kitchen to complete the inspection. Upon entering the kitchen, the tenant tried to explain… “I saw a great Pintrest picture with open shelving….” Needless to say the tenant had removed EVERY cabinet door and drawer from the kitchen. When they were informed they needed to put the kitchen back together, they found that when they removed doors & drawers they didn’t label them and even the slightest difference was VERY noticeable, and cost them a lot of time..
I know I didn’t ask if it was ok to get a dog, but I did anyways. What do you mean I can’t keep him…. he’s family! When someone decides to rent out a property they have the right to choose if they would like to allow pets. Simply getting a pet does not mean that you will be allowed to keep it. Talk with your manager BEFORE you bring a pet on to the property to avoid legal consequences.
I didn’t know I had to give notice when I moved out? This excuse has been used over and over throughout the history of rental properties across the world. The important thing to note, for both tenant and landlord/manager, is that you are legally bound by the contract that you sign. In the state of Utah, the rental contract spells out the amount of notice that must be given by the tenant and/or management, and is enforceable from the moment it is signed. Not thoroughly reading your lease agreement does not exempt you from paying rent.
I want to apply for the rental but won’t have the application fee till for another week or two. But I ‘totally’ want the home…. Will you hold it for me?
A tenant calls the manager furious that her child is being ‘eaten alive by mosquitoes’. She states that the management needs to do something about this ‘infestation’ immediately. The manager calls pest control and sends them out the next morning to remedy the problem. Within 15 minutes of the appointment, the exterminator calls the manager with an update. Unfortunately, the mosquito bites were from the kids sleeping out on the dock at the lake out back….. He can’t exterminate nature!