How do you attract Long-term tenants?

lease agreementSource: Letting A

In all the thousands of landlords I have met, I have not found one that would not prefer a tenant to stay for a long time so long as they are good tenants who pay their rent in full and on time, respect the neighbors and the property. This made me think about how a landlord might go about long term tenants and thus avoid the cost of churning tenancies every six months or so. Full Story

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