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Your landlord can increase the rent at any time.
You cannot build equity if you’re renting a property. It will be your home, but it won’t be your asset.
There are no tax benefits to renting a property.
You cannot make any changes to your house or your apartment without your landlord’s approval.
Many houses available for rent have a “No Pets” policy. So if you’re an animal lover, finding a place to rent that allows pets can be hectic.
Your landlord can evict you at any time. They can put the property up for sale to make a profit if real estate values increase.
You are bound by the rules and obligations in your lease agreement.
added by Anonymous 15 days ago 2    0

Tenants will always take any chance to give you excuses as long as that can exonerate them from paying you for rent. You therefore have to be tactical and understanding.
added by Anonymous 22 days ago 3    0

Owning a rented house is becoming more difficult to make money from than owning a business.
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Owning a rented house is becoming more difficult to make money from than owning a business. There's always the human condition of emotions and unforeseen circumstances although that is true for all businesses and investments but it is overused when tenants give excuses.

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I do not completely agree with this idea because it is to be put into perspective. for example, someone who owns 100 houses alone can be more successful than an entrepreneur. because the latter can go bankrupt but the house if it is well built can last for years and years.
added by Anonymous 18 days ago 2    0

Owning rentals is difficult when you are not too difficult to your tenants but when you are difficult by expecting them to pay instantly as if they have problems to solve without giving a chance to collect money in time it will be difficult
added by Anonymous 22 days ago 3    0