Tenants with kids are generally not a problem. In fact, many landlords rest easy renting to families, knowing that late night parties and loud music aren't likely to disturb neighbors of such tenants. Renting to families isn't just a good idea, it's actually against the law to discriminate against prospective tenants with kids. With that in mind, childproofing your rental property may be necessary.
It's against the law to warn tenants about potential hazards like stairs and encourage them to choose a downstairs unit for their little ones. Scott Safadi of Cal Bay Property Management says that landlords and property managers need to watch out for liability issues when it comes to their rentals. If a child is injured on your property, you could be held responsible. With that in mind, try one of these tips to ensure your rental is child safe:
- Scott Safadi, Cal Bay Property Management
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