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Are your kids eyeing that expensive out-of-state college? Do you want to see a larger return on your individual retirement account (IRA) investments? On the
No matter what walk of life you come from you’ll eventually deal with or perhaps serve as a landlord. As a tenant, you must stay
The dozens of day to day responsibilities required to be a landlord can cause important liability concerns to go unattended. Criminal acts and activities may
Over several years of helping landlords fight and win cases, we’ve noticed that the term “protected classes” leads to a lot of confusion. In this
Do you use arrest and conviction records to assess potential tenants before allowing them to rent your property? You might want to read this as
You have a lot of leeway when it comes to screening potential tenants for your property. You can deny tenancy to an applicant based on