A Blow By Blow Experience

@Shavkat (39859)
Philippines
January 30, 2016 9:54am CST
It is so frustrating to let the house be rented by strangers. There are so many considerations had given but still the tenants are becoming abusive. The family had talked about this concern. We need to be selective in terms of having some tenants. It was really a big mistake to allow these tenants in the house. Here are the main reasons why the tenants need to be evicted: 1. The delay payment of house rental; 2. Random people are sleeping over to their house; 3. They showed disrespect to the landowner; 4. They don’t follow simple rules; and 5. They don’t have a job. The family can tolerate simple shorthcomings, but with these reasons mentioned earlier. It is not accetable. It is like we got people to strike our heads in a daily basis. We don’t need to feel so stress out with the immature individuals.
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@jaboUK (48619)
• United Kingdom
30 Jan 16
The trouble is that it's not so easy to get rid of them, at least in the UK. We rented a house out for a while, but found that it wasn't worth the hassle so we sold it. Good luck in evicting your tenants.
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@Shavkat (39859)
• Philippines
30 Jan 16
@jaboUK They will be out at the end day of this month. In my country, we used to live in the a typical in the house.
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@louievill (14665)
• Philippines
30 Jan 16
You should have a contract that's renewable every at the very least 3 months and a lawyer that you pay thru a retainers fee. I understand that all your reasons are valid but the Philippines also has laws that protects the tenants. The renewable contract would serve as legal basis in case you want to evict them for reasons mentioned, you could just say the contract is over and we want our property back, would save you a lot of the legal tangle..
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@Shavkat (39859)
• Philippines
30 Jan 16
@louievill It doesn't need to renew the contract my friend since there is no agreement. The tenants asked a favor and they didn't even pay their due. I do understand that there is a law on regards to renting per se. But then, the tenants had their statements that they will be moved out.
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@louievill (14665)
• Philippines
30 Jan 16
@Shavkat oh I see but it's still advisable that things are in black and white (next time) rather than verbal, it would make things easier, just my 2 cents piece of advice
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@Shavkat (39859)
• Philippines
30 Jan 16
@louievill I do understand you my friend. You know the usual culture in the provinces. It doesn't goes with the black and white. I will take it as a good advise.
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@Marcyaz (36202)
• United States
30 Jan 16
These people should have been checked out before you rented to them. You should have checked references, did a background check and also checked their job history then you more then likely would not have them as tenants now.
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@Shavkat (39859)
• Philippines
31 Jan 16
@Marcyaz You are right my friend. I was not at home when my mother accepted these people. It is a big lesson for us. Next time, this will not going to happen again.
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@Marcyaz (36202)
• United States
31 Jan 16
@Shavkat A lesson learned is good so the mistake is not going to happen again.
• United States
30 Jan 16
Here, it is hard to evict the tenant even though they do not have a job anymore. Hopefully you will have better luck with the next tenants! Renting to people who you don't know, trust and doesn't pay on time, no job, no respect, etc can be extremely stressful.
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@Shavkat (39859)
• Philippines
31 Jan 16
@infatuatedbby I agree. That's the reason why we need to put off our stress by letting them go. The family feels sickening to see these tenants.
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@snowy22315 (26832)
• United States
30 Jan 16
Yes, I think it is best to have a professional company manage your property.
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@Shavkat (39859)
• Philippines
30 Jan 16
@snowy It would be nice to have such proposal my friend. But it is not common in my country.