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On many occasions, I’ve written about the perspective of some one-sided landlords who blatantly disregard the needs of their tenants in the name of greed and selfishness.  Some tenants, too, can be just as selfish.  Such tenants often miss the opportunity to build profitable relationships with their landlords. Good tenant advisors constantly counsel landlords that, to be truly successful, they must care about their tenants’ success, and not just view tenants merely as rent payors. 

Tenants have a similar interest in seeing their landlords succeed. This doesn’t mean that landlords and tenants should run each other’s companies. It does mean that both landlords and tenants should view each other as more than mere transactional opponents.

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