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Bad tenants are bad for the business. But sometimes, even the most stringent screening process and background checks could let one horrible renter slip. In a competitive property business such as in Denver, good relations with bad tenants still matter. Here are the most common types of bad renters and how you should deal with them: The Non-Payer Or the ones who pay late....

Unless the real estate investment management company you are engaging conducts its processes well, you will not enjoy the benefits that come with working with one, especially as a long-term tenant. Americas Housing Alliance, LLC  explains that among these advantages include tax variations, which, as a leasehold tenant, can help increase your secondary income and cash...