Should the Tenant or the Landlord Pay For Utilities in Your Rental Properties?
When you own single-family homes as rental properties, the question will home up whether you should make your tenant pay for the utilities OR you pay for the utilities and increase the cost of the rent.
For the longest time I was in the camp where I prefer to have the tenant pay for all the utilities for the rental property. Watch the video below to see my thoughts on this now.
Who Should Pay For Utilities In Your Rental Properties
There you have it… my thoughts on the question, “should the tenant or the landlord pay for utilities in your rental properties.” I hope this helps you!
For more information check out Showing Rental Properties to Potential Tenants and How to Find the Best Tenants for Rental Properties.
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