A student property investment can be a great source of income, but they can have their downfalls as well. When choosing to invest in a property near a university or a college, there are certain things that the new landlord should keep in mind to limit the number of negative instances that they may find with their new tenants. Be prepared for the occasional party or other sort of get-together. You should always address these things in your lease, explaining consequences for any complaints that you may receive. Keep them responsible for property damage and rent payments. Just as with complaints from neighbors, make sure everything is detailed in your lease so that you have something to fall back on to enforce the rules set up.
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