Call Ghostbusters or the Landlord?

If you’ve ever invested in rental property and acted as a landlord, you know that there are a lot of issues that come up with tenants that you have to deal with. But this one is a little more unusual, to say the least. A couple in New Jersey is suing their landlord to return their $2,250 deposit because they claim the house is haunted. Their landlord is countersuing, saying the couple broke their lease.

The couple claims there are all sorts of ghostly happenings in the house, from unexplained sounds, lights turning on and off by themselves, doors opening and closing and clothing being strewn on the floor. They even claim to have seen an apparition one night. As a result of the “personal financial troubles,” they are unable to pay their rent. They even called in a team of ghostbusters (who concluded paranormal activity, but not a true haunting). The landlord, on the other hand, claims the couple is just in over their head financially. This is one situation I hope I never have with my own tenants!

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