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Tenants may be uncomfortably close
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Tenants may be uncomfortably close

Buying rental property with a VA loan often means you'll be an onsite landlord. Can you handle that?

"If you have your tenants living right next door to you," says Danis, "they have nonstop access to you every time they have a complaint."

But the closeness also can be a good thing. "If you're onsite every day, you're not going to have any surprises," he says.

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