The idea of hoarding may be fascinating. It’s certainly garnered the attention of a national audience enough to create a few popular television shows. But, what many don’t realize is that hoarding is a real disability with far-reaching implications. And, this is especially true when it begins to affect others.
Renting to a hoarder isn’t something you can predict, and because the rights of those suffering from it are protected under the Fair Housing Act, it cannot be used as a qualification criteria. What this means for property owners is a need to understand people who hoard, and the appropriate steps to take when addressing a problem situation before it gets too far out of hand.
The good folks over at AppFolio have made this process easier with the following infographic:
Handling situations such as these can be difficult and may require that perfect balance of directness mixed with empathy and finesse. The professionals at Class A Management are well-versed in such situations and on-hand to help you navigate your way through without challenges. Call us today at 817-295-5959 or send an email to .