TODAY Dec 11.17

Would You Lease To This Mystery-Tenant?

With new legislation continuing to favour tenants over landlords, a landlord has to make very sure that he or she wants to effectively be "partners" in a real estate investment, since a tenant is very hard to remove once the lease is signed and the key is in the door.

I've always been extremely diligent when evaluating candidacy for my investor-clients.

Last month, I received an offer on a rental property with a very mysterious tenant.

Let me tell the whole story, and you decide whether or not you'd have this person as your tenant...



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