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    My First Tenancy

    Just a note to say thanks for all your help.
    Got my first tenants up and running last week.

    K

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    Originally posted by kfarmah View Post
    Just a note to say thanks for all your help.
    Got my first tenants up and running last week.

    K
    I'm glad that you got your tenants up (it's now noon) but I hope that they're not running away.
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      #3
      Originally posted by jeffrey View Post
      I'm glad that you got your tenants up (it's now noon) but I hope that they're not running away.
      Thanks jeffery.
      Me too....so far so good.

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