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Top Retail Tenants

Do you own or manage retail property and would like to attract major chains?The first question you need to answer is, "What chain retailers or...

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LMH Mobile for Tenants

The LMH Mobile for Tenants app allows LMH tenants to manage their rent, view and log repairs as well as report Anti-Social behaviour. Keep track of...

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SimplifyEm Property Management Software

Get paid on time, avoid vacancies, maximize tax deductions, and keep vital info at your fingertips.

4 stars Users' rating out of 8 reviews
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Tenant Billing

Manage all of your rental properties easily.

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Tenant Txt

Connect landlord and tenant by text message, Twitter, or e-mail.

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Tenant Network

Are you a tenant looking for a new home? We offer all types of accommodation; we cater for professional tenants, corporate entities and students....

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Tenant Property Work Order Software

Handle all Tenant work orders easily and electronically.

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Landlord Tenant Laws Pro

With nearly 10,000 downloads, quickly find your states specific law for often needed 18 Landlord Tenant Laws, providing both Tenant rights &...

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TrustedTenant

Mobile Tenant Screening Application. Receive rental applications from tenants, screen tenants and even sign a lease from you iPhone.

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My Tenant World

This is for mytenantworld.com registered users only.Residents can use this app to access to facility booking, event registration, announcement...

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Airbnb guest stays more than 30 days, gets tenant's rights

If you're renting your home on Airbnb, it's worth checking the law. One California woman is finding out the hard way. Her tenant won't leave and does have some rights.

By July 22, 2014

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Airbnb helps tenant win appeal in NY rental case

A New York agency decides in favor of a man who was fined $2,400 for renting his home out on Airbnb. The city now has to pay it all back to Nigel Warren.

By September 27, 2013

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Controversial 'Airbnb law' approved by SF supervisors

Legislation allows property owners and tenants to use websites to rent out their homes, apartments and rooms on a temporary basis.

By October 7, 2014

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11-year-old pilfers $3,000 to finance gaming, report says

A Chinese boy is so in need of enhancing his gaming experience that he allegedly steals cash from beneath the bed of one of his mother's tenants.

By June 4, 2012

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iiProperty adds tenant-side rent payments, rebrands as Rentomatic

Pay the rent without getting out of bed using Rentomatic.

By January 8, 2008

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Viacom's Flux has its first major tenant: ThinkMTV

MTV's new social activism network debuts quietly, using the distributed community platform that Viacom launched after investing in Tagworld.

By September 19, 2007

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Woman discovers apartment trashed on Facebook

A woman rents her apartment to tenants her agent says are reputable. Then one day, she's on Facebook and sees pictures of a raucous party--yes, it's happening at her apartment. And the place is a mess.

By April 14, 2009

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TenantMarket is like dating, for landlords

Want to find a new place to live? Are you looking for somebody to come rent with you? Meet TenantMarket, a matchmaking service for finding living spaces and tenants to live in them.

By February 6, 2007

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First 'Rock Band'-related eviction threat issued

Two tenants of an Oregon apartment have been issued an eviction threat for playing 'Rock Band' too loudly.

By November 28, 2007

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Short Take: FCC to rule on access to multi-tenant buildings

The Federal Communications Commission will decide next Thursday, Oct. 12, whether landlords can be required to open their buildings to telecommunications competitors. Wireless companies such as Winstar and broadband providers such as RCN want access to multi-tenant buildings at reasonable rates. Landlords, however, maintain the government doesn't have a right to mandate access, and many are seeking to protect exclusive contracts with carriers such as Bell companies. The FCC postponed a vote on this issue at its September meeting, in part over a dispute regarding the Commission's jurisdiction.

October 5, 2000