- Category: People Interests
- Published: Wednesday, 09 May 2018 23:15
As a landlord of a commercial property, issues with a tenant can soon escalate into stormy heights. You’re generally dealing with bigger numbers and issues here than, say, residential, and so you can either live or die by the sword, so to speak.
And having the rent paid is of course the biggie, although there can be other factors such as bad behaviours and letting the property’s condition deteriorate.
When you’re past the point of trying to resolve in whatever fashion, you end up asking the question of how to simply get them out. Maybe you already have a potential better tenant lined up to take over, or it’s just more of a case of seeing who else you can re-let to or develop longer-term options for.
Time will probably be an important...