How do I construct a sample letter for rent reduction?


It's important when requesting a rental reduction from your landlord to include why you are asking to reduce the rent, such as an economical setback, loss of a job, etc. In addition it's important to notate that you have always paid on time and will continue to do so. In addition, make sure to explain that this is a temporary set back and once you are back on your feet and able to pay the initial amount, you will continue to do so.
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