ROAR Report - SEPTEMBER 2020

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Subject line: Tips to Pay Your Mortgage Off Early | Positive Thinking | More 

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QUIZ QUESTION & ANSWER

Q: Where did the word LANDLORD come from? (Bonus Question: Is the landlord always owner of the property?)

A:  In medieval times, a landed estate was owned by a Lord of the Manor, which was usually a member of the lower nobility. Tenants occupied and worked the property, maintaining it and paying through goods and sometimes service to the Landlord. Today, anyone can be a landlord, if they control access to a property. A renter can be a landlord by sub-letting a property.