Landlord in Tears After He Saw the Condition Tenants Left His House in (Photos)

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A landlord said he “nearly cried” when he saw the state his tenants left his house in.

Daniel Needes, from Bridgend in Wales, had rented the house out for two years. He said the house had been in “immaculate condition” after it was renovated by his late father and had been kitted out with new appliances.

However, less than two years later, the tenants suddenly moved out without notice. When the landlord went to the house, he was shocked to discover the property had been completely trashed.

Daniel, a single father, said: “I went down to the house as soon as I could and that’s when I saw what they’d done.

“To be honest, when I first saw it I nearly cried. They had completely trashed it.”

He claims the family didn’t even tell him they were moving out. He says he only found out they had left when he received a letter from the Department for Work and Pensions – which paid the rent directly to Daniel – saying payments had stopped because he was no longer their landlord.

Photos of the interior of the house shared online are an eyesore.

In the kitchen, the tenants had left so many plastic carrier bags, crushed boxes, binbags and empty food containers. The trash completely covered the kitchen floor.

He claims the family didn’t even tell him they were moving out. He says he only found out they had left when he received a letter from the Department for Work and Pensions – which paid the rent directly to Daniel – saying payments had stopped because he was no longer their landlord.

Photos of the interior of the house shared online are an eyesore.

In the kitchen, the tenants had left so many plastic carrier bags, crushed boxes, binbags and empty food containers. The trash completely covered the kitchen floor.

Daniel said the tenants also racked up around £1,000 in arrears on the gas and electricity meters which had cut off.

He said the tenant’s behaviour has taught him a lesson and he’ll be more careful when renting the house in future.

He said: “I’ll get the house back into a good condition and then rent it out, this hasn’t put me off. But I’m definitely going to be more cautious in the future.”

 

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