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Tim is teaching the sections on evictions and companion animals at the landlord-tenant seminar organized by Sterling Education Services. The seminar will be held on April 19, 2017 at the Minneapolis Hilton Downtown (1101 4th Avenue South, Minneapolis, MN) from 8:30 AM – 4:30 PM.

From the program description:

Home ownership and rental vacancy rates haven’t been as low as they currently are for more than thirty years. That can be great news for landlords, but it also means that finding the best tenants for your property (and protecting yourself when bad tenants slip in) is more important than ever. Uncertain economic conditions and the influx of more baby boomers and families into the rental market mean that you and your clients need strategies in place to write solid leases, provide accommodations, and evict when necessary. Our faculty are familiar with the issues you’re facing every day, so put their knowledge and experience to work and make the most out of the growing rental markets. 

For more information and to register, please visit:

http://store.sterlingeducation.com/seminar/17MN04072-Landlord-Tenant-Law-Lease-Agreements-Defaults-and-Collections-Minneapolis-MN

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04/17/2017 8:46pm

If owning an animal is becoming a hassle to your neighbors, you might need to do some actions and find a solution to their problem. Since it is you who is a pet owner, you should adjust to what the majority wants. On the other hand, it's a good thing to discussed these matters to the tenants. Once in a while we need to remind the home owners the do's and dont's in owning a space.

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