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Re: A very bad year with my rental property by lpadave on August 2, 2018 @13:57

                              
giving you the benefit of the doubt, you assume these risks when you rent to students. they are not a protected class and irrespective of how many parents you get as guarantors, they are going to be tough on your property and require an iron hand and frequent inspections.

with students you have no control of who's coming and going, whos living in your property. when yu have no control over whos living in your property,......youh ave no control over your property.

many of our colleagues disagree and have successfully had student tenants coming and going for decades.

your lease should require minimum heat be maintained. extreme low temperatures when occupancy by tenant is unknown or apparently absent can be considered an emergency entry condition,.....your lack of doing that is on you.

your lease should also require tenant renters insurance which probably would have covered the no heat loss if indeed your heating system was working properly.

rethink what youre doing and how your doing it.
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Re: A very bad year with my rental property by lpadave on August 2, 2018 @14:01 [ Reply ]
also,....why are you showing a property that is not ready to show ?? a new toilet is 150 dollars and a half hour time by a marginally experienced / competent handyman.

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