Note from the EditorThink outside the lockboxWhat can Go4Rent do for you? Since inception, we’ve helped countless numbers of realtors and landlords navigate the complexities of the rental home market. Our stance will always be to provide our users with information and to educate them about our ever changing environment. Today, we continue that philosophy with “Go4Rent the Magazine”. In lieu of educating landlords on how to invest, Go4Rent discusses ways to remain on the good side of the law and how to establish happy, long term tenant relationships.Finding a good resource is time consuming. With each issue we will discuss a legal issue pertaining to our industry with a goal to keep the landlord out of lengthly legal battles with their tenants. For landlords, “I didn’t know ,” is not an acceptable defense strategy when appearing in court. You’re supposed to know.If I knew then what I know now, I would have been a more informed landlord. I will share my decades of knowledge with you as a renter, realtor, investor, and business owner. We all may learn something new and special along the way.We will deliver great content that is relevant to our audience.Jonathan H. Coleman, Broker, MBA Realtor and Landlord Relations Manager
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