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10 Ways to Be a Tenant Landlords Will Love

Person County Property Manager Shaking Hands With TenantIf you’re in the market for a single-family rental home, establishing that you’re a reliable renter will considerably improve your chances of securing the home of your desires. To be a good renter, however, it is essential to be aware of the factors that can make you a poor tenant. Nobody likes dealing with difficult tenants, and no one wants to evict them! We’ll go over some pointers on how to be a great tenant in this blog post.

  1. Pay your rent on time. The most crucial thing you can do to avoid being a lousy tenant is to do this. Late rent reflects negatively on you and increases the chances that your lease will not be renewed.
  2. Keep your place clean and tidy. Living in a cluttered, filthy environment is harmful to you and your landlord. It’s more probable that the landlord will be pleased with you as a tenant if you keep your rental property neat and tidy.
  3. Don’t make too much noise. Tenants that are courteous of others and do not produce excessive noise are valued by both landlords and neighbors. If you can reduce the level of noise, it is more likely that everyone will be happy with each other.
  4. Respect your neighbors. This relates to the prior point. It’s more likely that if you’re courteous to your neighbors, they’ll be respectful of you. If there are any issues, they will most likely work with you to remedy them.
  5. Report maintenance and repair problems while they’re small. It will cost the landlord extra money if you wait until anything is broken or requires extensive repairs. If you report problems early enough, the Person County property manager will gladly solve them fast and cheaply.
  6. Cooperate with repairs and maintenance requests. When the landlord or a service technician must enter your rental property for maintenance or repairs, you should make every effort to accommodate their visit. If you make it difficult for the landlord to conduct his or her job, the landlord may decide not to renew your lease.
  7. Don’t steal or damage property. This should be clear, but it is essential to prevent stealing or damaging any property, whether it belongs to the landlord or your neighbors. Eviction may result if you do either of these things.
  8. Follow your lease terms – all of them. You must adhere to all of the lease terms, not just the ones that are convenient. If you don’t, you’ll be evicted by your landlord.
  9. Get renter’s insurance. This is something that will cover you in the event of damage to your rental unit or personal property. It is essential, and the landlord may require it.
  10. Treat your landlord with respect. It’s critical to treat your landlord with respect, even if you don’t agree with them on everything. When your lease ends, it is more likely that they will not want to renew if you are impolite or disrespectful.


You can become a wonderful renter and ensure that both you and your landlord are happy by following these guidelines. However, if your current arrangement isn’t perfect, it may be time to find a new rental home. Real Property Management Impact offers quality rentals in Person County and the surrounding areas. You can browse our listings online to see quality rental homes in your desired location.

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