Repairs in rental properties are something that every tenant is worried about because most of the time it is not clear who is going to pay for the repairs. The best way to solve these issues is to clear this thing while signing the tenancy agreement. Generally, the tenancy agreements provide that who will be responsible for the repairs. Tenancy agreements normally have a clause for this but in case the same is absent you need to talk about it and get it added, otherwise it may create a lot of problems later on. Ideally, the tenancy agreement must also mention the point of contact as either the agent or the landlord with their details for contact.
There are two types of repairs that get done in a property, i.e., routine repairs and emergency repairs. Routine repairs are the ones that occur due to normal usage of property relating to normal wear and tear. Emergency repairs are the ones that happen because of unexpected breaking of property, water pipe burst,
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