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Old 06-23-2019, 01:24 PM   #21
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I would never rent out my RV in a tow-away situation. But what I will happily do is rent it out as lodging in place. We have a separate home on our property that we offer as a vacation rental. When demand is high and the rental is already reserved, we will suggest to singles or couples that we have a very nice, modern, comfortable travel trailer that they could rent instead, for considerably less. The bulk of our business consists of retirees/snowbirds, and we find them generally to be neat and considerate. Other than handling the black tank, it's no more trouble than renting out the house.
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Old 06-24-2019, 04:54 AM   #22
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Yikes......I own several houses that I rent out. After seeing what happens when you rent to a bad customer that seems perfectly normal and checks out at onset it ain`t going to happen. Maybe if your never going to use it yourself but if you are I would not.
Next time your at a mega campground that has rental units on site go talk to the cleaning people about what they find after a customer leaves. You`ll change your mind. Remember when you rent you loose control of what they can do with the unit if you think not read up on Landlord -- Tenant issues and laws. It will be the same.
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Old 06-24-2019, 05:54 AM   #23
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Yikes......I own several houses that I rent out. After seeing what happens when you rent to a bad customer that seems perfectly normal and checks out at onset it ain`t going to happen. Maybe if your never going to use it yourself but if you are I would not.
Next time your at a mega campground that has rental units on site go talk to the cleaning people about what they find after a customer leaves. You`ll change your mind. Remember when you rent you loose control of what they can do with the unit if you think not read up on Landlord -- Tenant issues and laws. It will be the same.
^ Agree. We are in BC and have a condo that we rent out. They just revised the Tenant/Landlord act in the province. It leans so far in favour of the tenant we are selling whenever we can get this current tenant out. YMMV
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Old 06-24-2019, 02:35 PM   #24
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In my state, rentals under 30 days operate under hotel law, not landlord law. I take care to stay inside this limit just in case. And, as I said, the market down here tends to comprise well-off retirees almost exclusively, so it has worked out very well for us for almost 20 years.
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