If you face financial problems due to this health crisis that has negatively affected your income, it is worth taking some measures as soon as possible.
In a report published by the French magazine Version Femina , Lawrence Oliver reviewed tips to help you face financial problems, most notably paying rent. Read also Avoid These Common Mistakes About Retirement What are zombie companies and what do you know about them? How do you ensure the success of your financial plan during retirement? 7 things to avoid risking your money with
face the problem
It is an absolute rule to contact the owner or his representative (the real estate agent) to explain your situation. You should find common ground as soon as possible to negotiate with him, and depending on your circumstances payment can be delayed, rent reduced or forfeited.
In general, this advice can be acted upon upon receipt of a notice of payment (with a deadline not exceeding two months) or a summons from the court.
Suggest a plan to the landlord
Here it is about sending a document by registered mail with acknowledgment of receipt showing the lessor the terms of your debt settlement, and your plan should be realistic and fit within the budget.
For example, if you owe $1,500, a payment of $75 should be committed for 20 months, the first payment of which will be transferred to the lessor after the payment order is issued.
Keep paying even a small percentage
Continuing to pay the landlord regularly has a number of benefits, including avoiding debt accumulation and proving your goodwill if necessary, and you shouldn’t wait for the landlord to respond to the plan offered by you to start making your payments.
Don’t make yourself a place of justice
In the event of a dispute with the landlord regarding unfinished works, damage repair or a charge challenge, contact the relevant authorities to find out how to enjoy your rights, and do not forget that the wrong behavior can lead to your being sued, the termination of your tenancy contract by the landlord, and a request to evict the dwelling.