Why tenant referencing might save you as a landlord 

Before admitting a new tenant into your property, ask them a few key questions. PHOTO/Ismail Kezaala

What you need to know:

With the recent bomb attacks we have seen some landlords arrested and questioned for renting out premises to the alleged terrorists and their accomplices. This might not only stop at arresting and questioning but can land you into jail for abetting crime. Even if it was not for the terror threats, your premises being a haven for criminals or being used for illegal activities may land you into problems, even to your other tenants and that’s why tenant referencing is key for every landlord.

Carrying out tenant referencing is one of the most important processes a landlord should undertake when choosing to rent out his premises/but oftentimes this is neglected, which could land one in trouble with security.

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