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Re: Insight/Opinion - Renting to your adult Child by Anonymous on February 8, 2018 @06:49

                              
I wouldnt do it. Even the best of families can have problems arise from adding business relationships to the mix. Are you prepared to evict your own child if necessary?

Also, reducing the rent arbitrarily can open you up to discrimination if youve rejected other tenants. Apply your rental terms to all tenants and applicants equally.
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Re: Insight/Opinion - Renting to your adult Child by Anonymous on February 8, 2018 @14:02 [ Reply ]
"Also, reducing the rent arbitrarily can open you up to discrimination if youve rejected other tenants. Apply your rental terms to all tenants and applicants equally."

This isn't true.
    Re: Insight/Opinion - Renting to your adult Child by Anonymous on February 9, 2018 @08:20 [ Reply ]
    Oh yes it is. lol
      Re: Insight/Opinion - Renting to your adult Child by Nicole (PA) on February 10, 2018 @17:09 [ Reply ]
      ah, but when it's your child, it's not "arbitrary". It's their New Year's gift from you, Valentines Day, St. Patrick's Day, Easter, Memorial Day, etc. It's to reimburse for the groceries they got you while at the store. It's "because I love you". I'm their mother ... that is not the same as an arms length transaction. My state gives tax breaks if I want to sell to my kids ... even my siblings and cousins ... because they are my family ...

      I'd bet a month's rent that there is NO court in the land that would be able to determine a parent renting a similar place to their child cheaper than to a complete stranger is discriminatory.

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