As a landlord, you’re ultimately responsible for the upkeep and
condition of your property, even when you’re renting it out. Though you’ve gone
through the process of thoroughly screening all tenants, there’s always a
chance that your tenants may not keep their apartment in top-notch condition.
That’s where landlord inspections come in.
Whether your tenants don’t report a leak that ends up causing extensive
damage or you simply want to perform a routine check-in, you have a legal right
to inspect your property.
However, you must comply with the law when you do. Typically, this means
giving proper notice and not entering a unit without permission from your
current tenants, except in emergency circumstances.
Can landlords do random inspections? The answer is yes if you follow the
above advice and adhere to local laws, your lease, and best practices.
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Wednesday, 29 September 2021