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The Blame Game is a No-Win for Landlords

If you have spent more than 30 seconds in the last year watching cable news, you are more than familiar with something called “the blame game.” Regardless of political party affiliation, age, race, gender, sexual preference or any of a host of other categories, it appears that our society has become a place of great divide. As a landlord you are not immune to this growing epidemic of blame and in fact, you’re likely to take more than your fair share of blame when it comes to tenants and their problems. After all, those same media outlets have spent years painting the picture of the “big, bad landlord,” creating an evil, money focused image that even the happiest of tenants sometime buy into believing. The reality is, you are going to get blamed, but are you liable? Continue reading HERE...

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