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If you decide to take a shotgun to your rental property to encourage your nonpaying tent to pay up, you should probably hire a property management company instead. What is it with these people? 
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Landlords in Alaska -- looks like you have a new resource if you have any landlord-tenant questions! Volunteer attorneys are ready to help answer legal questions :D
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The holidays are the "most wonderful time of the year" -- but they can also be dangerous -- more home fires happen in December and January than at any time of year. 
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TIP: Many local jurisdictions offer rental payment assistance. While it's not your responsibility to make sure your renters pay their rent on time, if they're having a hard time making rent, you might want to find out if rental assistance is available in your area, and let them know. Here's an example:
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Are you an awesome landlord? Here's the first post from +Tracey March of +All Property Management . Tracey is a new landlord and she's started to write about the ups and downs of managing her rental property is going. Check it out, and please share! http://www.allpropertymanagement.com/blog/2013/11/15/landlord-chronicles-im-not-an-awesome-landlord/
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Great information about important insurance clauses for landlords from +Landlordology . Definitely worth the read if you're a landlord or property manager.
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FIFTY things for landlords to tweet to their tenants. And they seem pretty helpful:
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Landlord Tip: often non-profit organizations will publish Renter's Guides for a particular state, and make them available for free online. While they're written with the renter in mind, they discuss both tenant AND landlord rights and obligations, and can often be an excellent resource for rules on security deposits, lease terminations, fair housing requirements, and more. An added benefit is that they're written in plain English, so they're clear. Here's an example from Oregon:
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