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5 Tips to Help Keep Your Tenants Happy
As a landlord, you know how hard it can be to find good tenants. But when you do find them, you want to keep them! Because finding new tenants is more costly than retaining current ones, keeping your current tenants happy is beneficial from a bottom-line standpoint.
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Dogs are best friends to many. A record number of families have brought dogs home since the beginning of the pandemic. While the increase in companionship is priceless, dog bites and related injuries have also increased. Here are some ways to help prevent being injured by a dog.
Dog bites are a serious risk for property owners. You may think you are in the clear if you have rules in place prohibiting dogs or if you have guidelines limiting size and dangerous breeds. However, tenants sometimes break rules, and even the nicest looking dog could potentially bite. It is important to understand that dog bites can affect your business regardless of the rules you have in place.
Support animals (also known as emotional support animals) have been a growing concern for property owners. As a loss control representative, I find that many property managers and owners are unfamiliar with all the complexities of accommodating support animal requests.

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