How to Handle Drug Use on Your or Your Neighbor’s Property

New laws are changing the way drug use is tolerated, but should that change how you’d handle it as a landlord or concerned neighbor? Drug activity in an abandoned residence in your neighborhood is bad for a number of reasons, not the least of which is how it could affect the value of your home. But what about dealing with a tenant who smokes marijuana in a state that allows its use for either medical or recreational purposes? What are your rights as a landlord and what, if any actions should you take to protect your real estate investment? Ilyce talks drug use and marijuana legalization on this episode of Big Money Real Estate. Check out Ilyce’s Intentional Investor Series to learn everything you need to know to become a successful investor in real estate.
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CEO of Cardone Enterprises, Cardone Capital, international speaker, entrepreneur, and author of The 10X Rule & creator of 21 bestselling business programs, Grant Cardone owns & operates seven privately held companies and a $5.2 billion portfolio of multifamily properties. Named the #1 marketer by Forbes Magazine, Cardone is also the founder of The 10X Movement & The 10X Growth Conference, the world’s largest business & entrepreneur conference.


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