There are few things that make me happier than seeing my house go up for sale.It means that the time I spent on finding a new place to live is now over, and I can start to make plans for the future.Unfortunately, finding a home is often quite difficult in Vietnam.The country is a very conservative society, and the country doesn't really want to give up on you and your dreams.In order to get a hous...
What to do: Renting your home can be a fun and rewarding process for many people, but if you are looking to rent your home in Vietnam, here are some things you should consider.1.
Landlords may ask you to provide proof of income.2.
You must show that you are not making rent on your property to get your deposit back.3.
You will have to pay for the cost of utilities.4.
If you are moving to Vietnam, you will have a different set of rules about where you can and cannot rent.5.
If a rental agreement is broken, you may not be able to recover your deposit, or your rental payment may be returned.6.
If your deposit is refunded, you must pay for any repairs.7.
If the lease has expired, you have until May 31st to renew it.8.
If there is a security deposit, you can only get it if you pay for all of the repairs.9.
If rent is too high, the landlord may force you to pay more rent.10.
If someone is evicted from your home, you do not have a right to compensation.11.
If landlords demand rent increases, you should refuse.12.
If rents are too high for you, the bank may close your account.13.
You may need to make a payment on your credit card to cover all the costs associated with the rent.14.
If no-show rent is due, the police may take the keys to your house.15.
If an eviction occurs, the local police may not come to your door.16.
If security deposits are paid, you need to pay the deposit before the eviction occurs.17.
If property is stolen, you are required to pay damages to the thief.18.
You can be fined up to Rp 100,000 for failing to pay rent.19.
If it is raining and you can’t get to your place, you might have to use a lift.20.
If any of the above steps have not worked out, you could face fines of up to 20,000 Rp (US$10,000).21.
If things get really bad, you or someone you know could get hit with a police raid.22.
If landlord is not satisfied with the work you have done, they could try to force you out.23.
If they get a judge’s approval, they can even cancel your tenancy.24.
You need to do a credit check and check the amount of the deposit.25.
If renting out a property you own, it is a good idea to rent it in an area where there are no other properties available.26.
If tenants don’t like the landlord’s living conditions, you cannot make any changes.27.
The landlord has the right to evict you for breach of the lease.28.
The rent you are owed can be up to 10% of your monthly rent.29.
The tenancy agreement is only valid if you agree to pay all rent payments.30.
If something goes wrong with the rental agreement, you don’t have to make rent payments until you find out about it.31.
If tenant refuses to vacate your property, you and the landlord can ask a court to enforce the lease, or you can file a lawsuit against the landlord.32.
You should never pay rent without first paying for utilities.33.
If people want to move out, they must provide a receipt for the moveout date.34.
You do not need to provide any documents when moving out.35.
The property is your property until you sell it.
You don’t need to give a new title.36.
If eviction happens, the property will not be given back to you.37.
The court has the authority to enforce your rent payment, including court costs.38.
If rental agreement has not been paid on time, you won’t be able get your money back.39.
If this happens to you, you’re required to make an appointment to get rent.40.
If paying rent doesn’t work out, it may not take long to find someone else who can.41.
If, after you’ve paid rent, the rental property is in the same condition as it was when you paid it, you’ll have to move in.42.
If some parts of the property are damaged, you still need to get the rest of the building repaired.43.
If all the repairs are complete, you also need to move the entire property.44.
If nothing is fixed, you risk having to pay up to $100,000 to your landlord.45.
If building is damaged or destroyed, you pay rent for the next two years.46.
If somebody wants to buy the property, it’s a good opportunity to pay off your mortgage.47.
You also need a new address for your mortgage so you don ‘ t have to go to the bank