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The housing market has tanked, you can't find a buyer and you're stuck. Your best option is to rent out your house, to at least help cover the mortgage. You are about to become a "reluctant landlord."

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Elizabeth Colegrove, The (Not-So) Reluctant Landlord

If you’re in the military, and you buy a house, there is a good chance that you might someday find yourself needing to rent out that house. ┬áLearning to be a landlord is hard work, especially if you don’t have an interest in real estate, or you are feeling cranky because you don’t want to […]

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