There was supposed to be no smoking in the house
After my grandmother went to a nursing home, she left me in charge of her home. She wanted to rent the house and I set up an agreement and a couple of people interviewed for the place. I interviewed with the clients and I found a young couple with a toddler that seemed like the best fit. They were both very quiet and professional and the child was supposed to be at daycare all day. I charged the young couple a security deposit that was equal to 2 months of rent. They had no problem coming up with the money, so I thought it was a sure thing to have them in the house. One of the rules and regulations that was listed in the lease was no person was supposed to smoke in the house. I specifically wrote in the lease that there was no smoking or vaping of any kind for nicotine or marijuana or any other substances. After 6 months of paying rent regularly early, they were suddenly late with rent and no one called me with a reason. It had been a while since I had heard from the tenants. They were paying their rent each month. When they stopped, I visited the house. There were several teenagers inside and they were all using recreational marijuana. I had to contact the police department to get the kids out of the house. I still haven’t been able to contact the tenant. They disappeared and the teenagers started to use the place as a hangout for recreational marijuana and alcohol.