Tip of the Day: Negotiate Your Rent

by Dual Income No Kids on January 27, 2009 · 0 comments

Hi All, 

For most people, every year you get a letter from your landlord raising your rent. Well, if your local rental market is soft or your apartment is starting to get a bit run down, negotiate!

Landlords value good tenants who pay their rent on time.  If you can come up with a good case for why your landlord should not raise the rent, state your case.  You might be able to either wrangle some rent concessions or some improvements to your place. 

Best, 

James

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