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Old 02-06-2013, 02:23 PM
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Originally Posted by Blackcat31 View Post
The trick with landlords and daycare is to present the positives
  • Environment and building must be kept in good condition so you aren't cited by licensing
  • Long term rental possibility as most daycare don't move every other month
Sometimes those two things, guaranteed good upkeep and long term rental are all landlords need to hear to agree to rent to you.

Also if you are required to keep additional insurance on the place, that sometimes helps too.
I wouldn't mention the daycare until after you are looking at the place, either. Go in there dressed in your best (ok, not a formal dress, but you know what I mean), and once you've made a good first impression, you can ask if it'll be a problem. Over the phone, they haven't seen you yet.
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