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/r/Landlord is a community for landlords to come together to discuss anything landlord related. News, ideas, blog posts, websites, resources, etc. which can help a landlord are welcomed. Keep all discussions legal. No posting of personal information. We accept posts from tenants looking for a landlord's perspective but please remember that the answer you get may sway in that direction.
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