Howdy all, First up, I have a property manager, who I have had since owning the property, and I have always been happy with their service. I am just casting the net a bit wider for opinions, suggestions, and, observations, etc. I have already asked the PM what their advice is, and await their response. The scenario I have is a pair of dual occupancy houses next to each other. I have 1 tenant who has been there long term - longer than I have owned it, and the other 3 tenancies have rolled over occasionally, with no problem finding replacement tenants. I had a tenant advise that someone tried to break in to their house and the door could no longer be secured. I said fine, send someone to repair it. There was 1 tiny breakdown in communication here where the PM thought I said I would get it fixed, but I had actually advised them to proceed to have it fixed. Minor issue, first time this has ever happened with this real estate, no biggy. When the tenant subsequently went back to the RE demanding someone go straight out and fix it, it got sorted. Let's call this tenant "A". I just got the update that the lock was fixed, no damage to the door, and it is all fine now, however... another tenant's daughter (call this tenant B and his daughter) has advised that tenant A has been behaving erratically and aggressively towards her - "she is dangerous and I don't feel comfortable coming over to dad's house any more". She has been doing the cleaning for him, and providing assistance. Tenant A stormed in to the unit of tenant B while his daughter and boyfriend were cleaning, had a rant, demanded to know who they were (despite the daughter having visited regularly for 2+ years), and for them to leave and stop touching things. The daughter described tenant A as "completely drugged out" and was verbally abusive. Personally at that point, I feel the daughter should have called the police, but she felt that would escalate the situation, and she felt it best to leave. I'm surprised by that, as it means she left her dad there alone. The daughter of tenant B also observed tenant A the previous week abusing traffic and yelling out to people when no one was around. The daughter also advised of some weird behaviour - deconstructing a brick pillar and placing the bricks on the driveway outside tenant Bs door. This is a bit more serious than a noisy neighbours scenario, and is further complicated in that I dont want to lose 3 tenants over the behaviour of 1 tenant. Physical inspections had been suspended during iso, and I have asked if they have resumed. I have asked what the PM advises, so we will see what they come back with. Happy to receive any thought, suggestions, observations! Cheers, Inertia.