There is no Black Friday for your landlord

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There is no Black Friday for your landlord

Black Friday is the day that retailers are supposed to begin turning a profit for the year.  Millions of shoppers voluntarily turn over their money, or their credit in exchange for stuff they recently decided that they cannot live without.  The retailers are happy because they will make a profit this year.

Mr. Landlord, however, is unable to celebrate Black Friday.  Why? He cannot celebrate Black Friday or any other day when his investment moves from loss to profit because he always turns a profit.  He has to spread his celebrations over the entire year, but mostly on the Twelve Days of Landlord Christmas, known by tenants as the first of the month, the day rent is due. 

How many more Landlord Christmases do you want to help him celebrate?  Why not make the decision to allow someone else to share Landlord Christmas with him?  There are plenty of folks who enjoy living in temporary housing who will gladly take your place.  Perhaps, now is the time to start making your own mortgage payments on your own house, with your own yard, and with your own walls with any color you want, and your own rules.  Now is the time to explore the opportunity to declare your residential independence.  Call me when you want to start planning a moving strategy.  You may be surprised to find that a better life doesn't always cost more.

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 Mike Carlier  Lakeville, MN

 

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Chris Ann Cleland
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Getting a great return on a rental property is great for a landlord, but should leave long term tenants scratching their heads as to WHY they continue to buy someone else a house everything month.

Nov 25, 2011 05:16 AM #1
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More opinions than you want to hear about.

There are always great reasons for being a landlord, and there are some valid reasons for being a renter too.  People who are struggling to survive because they have lost their job or their house are renting out of necessity.  People in transition, between jobs or spouses, or planning to relocate in a year or so have valid reasons for living in the temporary housing world.  Some will find their way back to stability and some will not. 

The rest of the rental community is living in fear of success, and they need to take that step up that they and their families deserve. 

Nov 26, 2011 02:15 AM #2
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