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Do I have to agree to motion detector for my tenants?

I have tenants who want to install a motion detector on outside of condo. I don't want to pay for it & installation... don't think it's necessary. Plus, getting permission from HOA is a hassle. Think I need to agree to it? What can I say to them otherwise? Think this will make them want to move out if I don't agree?

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Have the tenants pay you in advance. Then do it. Lawyers charge, on the average, $300.00/hr. You could charge half of that and still come out smelling like a rose.

Give the tenants written permission from you to do all that is necessary to make this happen. They agree to foot the bill.

If they chose to break the lease and move, you get to keep the deposit and rerent it. There are always people looking for a place to stay.

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