NRIs Property Management for Tenant’s Vacating Inspection

NRIs Property Management for Tenant’s Vacating Inspection

NRIs can get rid of hassles in claiming compensation amount for any wear and tear to their property management. Vacating inspection of NRI property can be pivotal for doing property management. First, there should be rental agreement between the NRI landlord and his tenant. It can make the eviction of tenant hassle free. The landlord should do this practice through jurisdiction. He should deliver a notice to his tenants two weeks prior to the maturity of his rental agreement. A reminder should also be sent 48 hours before the vacating inspection. Inform him that the renewal of the rental agreement will be ceased permanently. Ask him to clear his all dues and utility bills. Be sure that the tenant must be present when you are doing so. Note down all the wears and tears and ask him to pay if you are conscious to do property management for elongating its life. If he is unable to bear that expense, you can deduct that amount of damage through security deposit. You ought to return rest of the deposited amount to him later. You won’t be able to claim the damage amount afterwards.

  1. Remind tenant about rental maturity a month ago.
  2. Send a notice for no renewal of rental agreement.
  3. Ask to clear utility bills and dues.
  4. Send notice for house’ inspection 2 weeks prior to it.
  5. Get him informed 48 hours before inspection.
  6. Do inspection in the presence of tenant.
  7. Note all defects or wear and tears.
  8. Deduct damage charges from security deposit.
  9. Return the rest amount.
  10. Not eligible for damage amount claim later.

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