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Property Manager Calls Out Tenants Who Don’t Pay

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A property manager has gone viral on TikTok after posting a video calling out tenants for not paying their rent.

In the video, user Nichole (@nicholefeather1) says he called tenants who weren’t paying their rent to see what the problem was. She claims she helped tenants fill out rental assistance applications, asked if they needed to come up with a payment plan, and offered a variety of other options to help tenants.

“Anything I can do to help you,” she says. “I don’t know your situation.”

In response, she claims people were “extremely rude.”

“They have attitude because you’re doing your job,” Nicole points out. “I don’t know. …In a market community, you have to pay rent! You can’t live here for free, people!

The video currently has over 99,000 views.

@nicolefeather1 RANT: I’m sorry, but I have to pay the rent every month.I’m not imposing any rules on you…but these companies either want you to pay or you need to move # Asset management # community admin #housing #section8 #projectbasedsection8 #Eviction #hardship #market #Rental property # late fee ♬ Original Sound – AJ Consulting & Training

Initially, some commentators argued that the process of paying rent or applying for rental assistance may have simply overwhelmed tenants and cut them down unnecessarily. said the tenants may be dealing with issues beyond their control that affect their dealings with property management.

“They don’t want to live for free. They’re probably just stressed about rent arrears,” wrote one commenter. “I don’t take it personally.”

“Everybody wants to pay their bills. [not] Enough to pay on time,” added another.

“I’m trying to get help now because my job is ruining my checks,” he offered a comment.

In response, Nicole said she understands that people have issues that can affect their payments. I insisted that I better let her know of the situation so that I could help find the best way to resolve the issue.

“[You] We need to communicate and plan,” she commented.

Other users expressed appreciation for the way Nicole was handling the situation.

“Wow… I wish the management company I live in had someone like you who actually cares about renters,” the user shared. .”

“Thank you for understanding and cooperating with your beliefs. I hope all managers/management companies are helpful in this way,” agreed second.

The Daily Dot reached out to Nicole via direct message on Instagram.

*First published: Sep 15, 2022 8:56 AM CDT

Braden Veera

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