Congratulations on your upcoming home to lease! We at DRG are thrilled for you and appreciate your trust in us to help you find this home. Our priority is to ensure you have the best experience during this exciting time. To further assist you, we have partnered with Paragon Insurance Group, an exceptional insurance company that shares our commitment to exceeding expectations.

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I wanted to write this regarding the recent discussions and proposals surrounding rent control in Minneapolis. As an Mpls landlord, I believe it is crucial to share our thoughts and concerns about the potential negative effects of implementing strict rent control measures within the city.

First, let me acknowledge the importance of ensuring fair and affordable housing for all residents. We understand the need to address the rising cost of living and the challenges faced by renters in our community. However, it is vital to consider the potential drawbacks and unintended consequences of rent control policies before making any hasty decisions. 

One of the primary concerns I have with rent control is the negative impact it can have on the supply and…

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As the real estate market continues to be competitive in Minneapolis, homeowners may wonder whether it's better to sell their property or rent it out. While selling your home can provide a lump sum of cash, renting out your property can also be a lucrative option. Here are the top 10 reasons to rent out your home and not sell it in today's real estate market in Minneapolis:

  1. Cash Flow: Renting out your home can provide you with a steady source of income. You can use this cash flow to pay off your mortgage or use it for other expenses.

  2. Long-Term Investment: Your property can be a long-term investment that provides you with financial stability. Over time, the value of your property may appreciate, providing you with even more equity.

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