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Saturday, July 05, 2014

Tensions Rise Over House Rentals To Disorderly Tenants

As summer wears on, issues surrounding the rental and overcrowding of nominally single-family homes appear to be getting even more heated for all parties involved.

So much so, that the rental agency at the eye of the initial complaint is referring all inquiries to its lawyer.

“It’s become very, very controversial,” said a representative from Central Reservations. Attorney Randy Coates did not respond as of press time.

However, it appears that some realtors and rental agents in the resort are catching a backlash from the owners of the homes, who claim that they were never made fully aware of the zoning restrictions involved with their properties – and that rental brokers have turned a blind eye as long as the money is right.


1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Like the article said, much like Salisbury and Wicomico County.

Only it's not just students getting packed into houses (joke of enforcement by city and county).

Yes, your friendly realtors and property managers are probably putting anything that pays into your homes, folks.