When a property is left vacant or unoccupied, it can become a target for vandalism and anti-social behaviour. If squatters or unruly tenants are evicted, the property may be left in an uninhabitable condition, with significant waste and damage that the landlord or management must deal with.
Properties can become vacant for various reasons, such as renovations, gaps between tenants or ownership. Unfortunately, during this time, landlords and property managers may face several problems, including unauthorised visitors, vandalism, and crime, leading to expensive repairs. Additionally, if left unaddressed, there is a risk of the property deteriorating.