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About shankscat

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  1. Whilst it does happen, your mindset should be that renters are unlikely to treat your house with a great deal of respect. Factor in to the earnings that you will need to redecorate and replace items at the end of the rental period. Remove everything that has any personal value. We did this but after two years still returned to find water damaged ceilings (now too late to claim on the insurance), burnt out electricals and a completely dead garden!
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