Once you have decided to become a landlord, you will need to be prepared for disputes that will inevitably arise with your new tenants. Being prepared will help you avoid being blindsided by a dispute.
Instead of immediately going to court, there are many other options for resolving a property dispute. You can even state in your rental agreement what steps you will take to remedy a dispute. To read the full story at AllBusiness.com, click here
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