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How To Destroy the Home Rental Industry

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1. The Rental Home Industry experiences high demand and low availability, creating…

2. …An opportunity for small Mom & Pop investors to finance a property to rent, but then…

3.Governor Idiot Inslee declares a statewide moratorium on evictions, allowing

4. …Some renters to not pay their rent, and as a result…

5. …Some Mom & Pop landlords can't make loan payments on their investment when renters don't pay, and they can't evict, so they…

6. …Sell the property at a loss to new investors who…

7. …EITHER move in, displacing the current tenants which lowers the availability of home rentals in the area…

8. …OR remove the current tenants who can't afford the newer, higher rent which…

9. …Raises the average rent in the area, thereby…

10. …Increasing demand, lowering availability and raising costs of home rentals.

Extra Bonus Step: The Media Weighs In

11. Eventually stupid news reporters weave a tale of high rents, high demand, low availability, and poor sad renters taken advantage of by evil fat cat landlords when in reality it was the meddling actions of an idiot governor who put small Mom & Pop landlords out of business.

Not us, however. Our rentals are filled with paying tenants with a history of paying their bills. No deadbeats allowed.

About the Author

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Topdog is the online persona of Steve Merryman, a semi-retired graphic designer, illustrator, and winner of over ninety regional and national awards. Living in the woods just west of Idaho (USA), Steve keeps busy on projects that interest him (tell him about yours – he might take it on!). Steve spends his spare time painting; writing; chopping firewood; shooting guns; hiking with his dogs; savoring the occasional beer; searching for the perfect cheeseburger; and wondering where he left his pants.

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