We often hear from both landlords and tenants about some way that they are unhappy with their landlord-tenant relationships. No matter which side of the equation you are on, that’s no fun. Tenants shouldn’t have to live in poor conditions or feel like they are “getting screwed” by their landlord. Landlords, many of whom have no interest in being landlords, are understandably worried about their biggest investment and whether they’ll be able to pay the bills next month. Thankfully, there is a tool that can help both tenants and landlords: a well-written lease. Here are some tips for both landlords and tenants.
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