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03 Jan 2018 If you’ve ever tried to rent a property to live in, or you’ve been in the position of a landlord trying to find a suitable tenant to live in your property, you probably know what a hassle the process can be.

Right now, there is over $500 billion frozen in home rental security deposits. Thousands of people are being locked out of the long-term rental market every year because they can’t afford to pay the extortionate deposits required. Read more from bdaily.co.uk…

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