People are very skeptical while renting houses and often are very scared with the entire idea of renting. But say what you may, the truth is that the renting system is a part of the realty market that is completely unavoidable.

People change places and go to different places. A lot of people have their work is such a way that travelling and migrating to different places is a part of their job and they have to do it to make a living.

Some people come to places for having some progress. There are still so many places in our country where the education system is not as advanced and students from there have to come to various cities for completing their further studies. While some people, come to the metropolitan cities simply to chase their dream and make a better lifestyle.

But that is not it, some people just move because their heart doesn’t let them settle in one place. Their souls are nomads and this is why their exploration never ends.

But not everyone who moves into a new place is capable of actually buying a house there. So many people are well aware that they won’t be staying in a particular place forever, so it is obvious that they won’t spend their hard earned money in buying a property there.

Imagine there is an individual whose job demand him to be traveling to cities all throughout the country. And recently, he is coming to Chennai. So will he come and buy a house here in Chennai? No, obviously he will take a flat for rent in Chennai and this is what any sane person would do.

So what we want to say that renting is a mandatory process in some cases and we don’t have any other option. But so many people leave so many opportunities by getting scared with the idea of living on rent. Rental living is scandalized so much that people prefer not exploring the world.

So for all those who have myths about renting in their heads, below are answers to some frequently asked question about renting control.

Here you go,

  • Does renting make you bound and restricted?

Firstly, let us break this myth which says that if you are a tenant, you are the most restricted person on earth. Buy renting a house, you have a lot of rights.

  • What are the rights of a tenant?

These are things that not many people know. As a tenant, you have the right to live in a house as you like, only without violating any human rights and without causing any destruction to the construction and infrastructure of the house.

  • Do you have to listen to your landlord always?

By giving you his house on rent, he does become your master. If you take a flat for rent in Chennai or any other city, you pay the concerned person, so you are not obliged to obey all that he says.

  • Is your tenure fixed?

It is the tenants who lack in creating the proper paperwork. Make sure that you do proper paperwork which mentions that for how long you have the house to yourself. If any time before the mentioned period, the landlord tells you to move out, you are eligible to go ahead and lodge a complaint against the landlord for this.

So these were the control that the tenant has with him, but mostly fails to handle.

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