Should You or Your Authorized Agents Disclose Your Personal Information?
There’s good reason to do so. Tenants involved in maintenance disputes usually claim part of the problem is an inability to contact the landlord about important repairs that need to be done.
Make it easy for your tenants to contact you. You should disclose (in writing) the name and contact information of the person you designate to collect rent and manage the property. This could be yourself, your property manager, or someone you have helping you out. Regardless, tenants should be able to contact this person easily, whether through email, phone, or through a chat platform like Tellus.
- What Are Your Key Liabilities as a Landlord?
- Are You Required to Provide Your Tenant With Quiet Enjoyment During the Lease?
- Are You Responsible for the Tenant’s Injuries?
- For What Kind of Tenant Injuries Are You Liable?
- How Can You Protect Yourself From Injury-Related Liabilities?
- Do You Need to Disclose a Previous Death on the Property?