Renting and the Law: Condo owner concerned about rental limits (MN)

Q: For the past eight years I have been renting out my condominium. When I purchased my condo, there was no mention of not being able to rent it out in the future. I have a rental license with the city and have always provided the management company with any requested documents. I have always had good tenants, and there has never been a problem.   Read the article………..


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