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You must know the implications of the lease
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rental property you are leasing, as well as information about
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- What are the penalties for late rent?
- Why is the current tenant leaving?
- Are the rental property and grounds kept in good
- Does the landlord respond quickly to repairs
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- Does the heating/cooling work properly?
- Are there bug problems?
- Are there any crime/theft problems in the area?
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tenant rental home credit check before
you sign the lease contract. Follow these guidelines to make your
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