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1. Research Local Landlord-Tenant Laws
As a landlord, you will need to know the local, state, and federal landlord-tenant laws that pertain to rental properties, landlords, and tenants.
The Fair Housing Act of 1968 is an example of federal protections for tenants, dictating that landlords cannot discriminate against prospective applicants because of their race, color, religion, family status, sex, or disability. Individual states and local governments expand on these protections as well, which is why you will need to ensure that your rental applications, tenant screening process, and lease agreements all comply with these laws.
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