I told someone about this and that… doesn’t it count? Much unnecessary confusion and frustration have actually arisen from this famous scenario – ‘I told you so and so back when…’
When it comes to additions, modifications, renovations, or changes to the current status of the rental home, although rare, it has occasionally happened that someone uses this as ‘proof’ to excuse what has been done or is being done without the written approval of the landlord/agency in the first place. Let’s shine a spotlight on this type of excuse
01. Any change related to the existing property MUST be communicated in writing for the agent/landlord’s review and approval prior to any change occurring This requirement is explicitly stated in our lease agreement and the move-in readiness checklist. It is the explicit policy of our community that written review and approval is the ONLY acceptable approach, with NO exception.
02. Any changes or modifications to the home’s structure or state without the proper written approval process constitute a serious breach of the lease agreement and may result in immediate termination of the lease