Being a Boston condo landlord isn’t everything it’s cracked up to be, and tenant rights in Boston, Massachusetts are extreme.  Here’s my favorite from the list:

7. Check Social Media

Landlords should always use a third party background and credit checking service. They should never skimp on checking references. Just like when you apply for a job and the Human Resource Dept. takes time to Google the potential new hire, we always Google our prospective tenants for our landlords. You don’t have to agree with their lifestyle, but it’s a good idea to see what they post publicly. – Tanya Delahoz, Dwell Summit

Here are the 11 tips from the AAOA:


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