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Avoid conflicts between tenants and owners by making everything clear
 15

  NOV

Avoid conflicts between tenants and owners by making everything clear

Whether you are a tenant or owner, if you are about to rent a property, what you want most is for everything to go well and avoid problems in the future. How to get it?
 
Discussing all doubts in advance and clarifying the conditions in the rental contract is the best way to avoid conflicts between tenants and owners during the rental and use of the property.
 
Today we tell you what aspects have to be well established and what you should do so that there are no discrepancies on key issues such as bail, agency, and damage:
 
Inform yourself previously. It is the best way to anticipate problems between the parties. The owners fear non-payment and the damage that may be caused to the apartment, and the tenants are suspicious about the abusive conditions that could be established. You can get advice from a real estate agency or a specialized law firm.
 
Agree on the deposit. The law only allows the owner to demand from the tenant one month of payment as a guarantee, which must be deposited in the competent organization of each community. Failure to do so could be penalized. On the other hand, the deposit must be returned to the tenant when the house is delivered in the state in which it was received, without debts and notifying the owner how and when the property will be abandoned.
 
Agree on the expenses of the real estate agency. In some cities, they are assumed by the tenant and in others by the owner. The law does not establish anything in this regard. What the experts recommend is that the two parties agree on it since the interest in the home is mutual.
 
Set the terms of the repairs. Small damages to buildings are frequent and so are confrontations over who should pay for them. Article 21 of the leasing regulations provides that "minor repairs required by wear and tear due to ordinary use of the home will be borne by the tenant," while maintenance repairs will be paid by the landlord. It is advisable to set an amount to delimit this responsibility. For example, up to 120 euros, the tenant pays and if it is exceeded, the owner.
 
Hire insurance. The law does not talk about it, but sometimes it is said the obligation of hiring insurance for the house. In these cases, it is normally up to the landlord to insure the “container”, that is, the building structure of the property and to the tenant the “content”, which includes what is inside. You also have to consider hiring rental insurance. This policy assures the landlord of a home the legal defense of his rights with respect to the property. In general, all rental insurance covers a series of essential guarantees, such as non-payment of rent or legal defense.
 
Do you have other questions about how to manage the rental of your home? Don't think twice and contact us. At Hogar Mediterráneo we advise and accompany you throughout the real estate sale or rental process.
 

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