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Renter leaves landlady with a trash filled condo - and a parting message!

 

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A landlady went online to say that she got the shock of her life when she went to a condo that she had rented out.

 

The renter had left not just a mountain of trash of all descriptions but a message on the mirror of the dressing table.

 

It said in Thai: "Gep gan eng na - an nee goo yok hai...Bye Bye".

 

"Please tidy up for me - I'm leaving this for you..." 

 

The landlady said the person who rented her property in Phrapradaeng was not human.

 

Daily News Online said the post was getting a lot of social media interest. Netizens wondered how people could live like that and had sympathy for whoever would have to clear up the mess, they said. 

 

Source: Daily News

 

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Yeah a mess.  But we don't get the whole story.  Maybe the landlord did not do things right, maybe did not provide the services or utilities or whatever was in the lease, maybe the landlord said was g

Was always the case for me. Rented 2 houses in Thailand (both Thai landlords). Filthy when I moved in. Did various repairs (at my expense) and left both places spotless. Both tried to renage on return

This is a post for all those considering buying overpriced condos with bank loan then renting them out to pay off monthly installments... Which financially doesn't work out anyway, but when you add da

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31 minutes ago, tomazbodner said:

This is a post for all those considering buying overpriced condos with bank loan then renting them out to pay off monthly installments... Which financially doesn't work out anyway, but when you add damage to the property on top it's worse than keeping it empty.

yep.  I wouldn't touch such a thing for any reason.  If you want money from real estate, avoid the people and just invest in any of the Real Estate Investment Trusts that are out there, NLY, AGNC, TWO, etc.  Pay good dividends.  I own quite a bit of NLY

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