breaking their leases in record numbers. In 20 years, we have
not seen “skips” to the extent they are today. The tenant simply
walks out and moves somewhere else. Sometimes they come up with
a reason: medical, job transfer, loss of job, safety, mold,
crime on property, you name it. The landlord begins to wonder if
the lease is simply a worthless piece of paper. Do you sue the
tenant? Can you force him to stay? Do you report the skip to a
credit bureau? What do you tell your owner?
more info on dealing with the skipping tenant.
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