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wantboost

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Just wondering when a new tenant moves in do u share info with them (phone/email) or do u leave it up to tenants ??
LLinVA

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No. They can share it with each other if they choose too. I would be really mad if my landlord shared my personal information with anyone who doesn't truly need it.
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No. They can share it with each other if they choose too. I would be really mad if my landlord shared my personal information with anyone who doesn't truly need it.


Even email ??
What If they need to communicate with each other when they are not home etc . Like telling each other I need the driveway space for a delivery etc .

I guess all would come thru landlord??
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No, they can talk to each other if they want to communicate like that. If they want to be friendly neighbors and won't mind if the other has their email, they can give it to each other. If they don't want that, then they won't do it and you shouldn't either. Giving them each other's email is asking for drama, nasty emails to each other, emails taken out of context because they can't read tone and body language, etc. If they want to email each other, they are adults, they can swap emails.
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No, they can talk to each other if they want to communicate like that. If they want to be friendly neighbors and won't mind if the other has their email, they can give it to each other. If they don't want that, then they won't do it and you shouldn't either. Giving them each other's email is asking for drama, nasty emails to each other, emails taken out of context because they can't read tone and body language, etc. If they want to email each other, they are adults, they can swap emails.


Well I guess I screwed this one up
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It depends on the tenants. Some won't mind, some will get along and would have swapped anyway. I just wouldn't do it in the future, it shouldn't be your policy (especially without telling them in advance).
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