Good advice or bad advice?
“I’ve always been able to find plenty of good apartments, but end up with a crappy landlord each time. How can I find a home to rent that isn’t owned by someone awful?” a Lifehacker.com reader asks columnist Adam Dachis.
The answers are thorough and outlines the pros and cons of renting through a corporate property management company, a multi-properly local landlord and a single-property landlord.
Our favorite part is the advice that “If you’ve had a string of bad landlords, it’s worth considering that you might actually be the problem.”
What do you think, is their full advice right on? What would you add?