Single family with a fenced yard, I would allow it under the circumstances that all tenants sign a liability waiver for any injuries and carry a renters policy to cover their liability. Check with your insurance though as it may or may not affect your policy coverage or premium.
That's being too strict. Tenants are legally allowed quiet enjoyment of the property. I could see making this an issue if they are bad tenants but if they pay on time and every time then allow the swing set. The fact that they even asked you makes me think they're good tenants..
Also as far as I know insurance providers could care less about a swing set. It's no roller coaster.
John, landlords insurance wouldn't cover the tenant anyway so I have no idea why you'd even mention tenants wanting to see a landlords insurance policy.
I don't know about you but in this day and age, I cover my *** with signed docs to reduce/eliminate certain risk.
The way I see you post on the forum, it's the same thing over and over, makes me think you have never been a landlord and don't have any room to give advice on the subject.
Absolutely run it by your insurance agent first, pass along any additional costs and insist on the tenant having proof of renters insurance.
I insist all my tenants have renters insurance with a minimum 1M liability coverage.
honestly thinking back to when I was a tenant it would've never crossed my mind to even ask. I think them asking is a good sign in the first place
They have kids and want a swing set . No , no no , those kids should be inside watching tv or playing video games .