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The Good Landlord: A Guide to Making a Profit While Making a Difference Paperback – April 29, 2016
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About the Author
For over 25 years, Peter Gilman Shapiro has been empowering landlords to make a profit while making a difference in their communities.
A Graduate of MIT's Master's Program in City Planning, Peter went on to found and direct the Housing Services Program at Just-A-Start Corporation, a nonprofit in Cambridge, MA. From 1990-2015, Peter and his team provided mediation, legal services, and training, and led support groups for landlords across Massachusetts. His innovative techniques led to the successful resolution of thousands of disputes regarding eviction, housing, real estate, business, and family matters.
A landlord himself, Peter has been developing, testing, and applying the ideas in this book with his own tenants since 1990.
Peter continues to provide mediation, training, and consulting, nationwide, on how to:
• Build productive landlord-tenant relationships
• communicate and negotiate effectively
• prevent tenant issues from escalating into costly disputes
• address eviction in a sensible way
Peter lives in Boston, Massachusetts with his teenage sons and his partner, Aline.
Visit his website, www.thegoodlandlord.com or contact him at email@example.com
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Top Customer Reviews
In The Good Landlord, Shapiro shows that it‘s in a landlord’s profit-making interest to pay serious attention to tenants’ interests. This book uses case studies and more to help landlords achieve the essential ingredient of success, a working relationship with tenants based on trust, cooperation, and mutual respect.
As a realtor for over 30 years, who has sold many multi-family properties and owned investment property, I found this book full of useful information and valuable tips. I will be giving this book to all of my clients who buy multi-families. An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure.