Disputes between landlords and renters typically end up in front of judge and can result in an eviction. Instead of going to court, some landlords and renters are turning towards mediation to find a solution that will keep tenants in their homes while making sure property owners get paid.
By design, mediation is a neutral experience that’s not about one party or the other. Both sides are able to get it all out there, say how they feel and what they need. Clients often experience feeling heard and understood and, when successful, it helps everyone.
Today we hear stories about successful mediations between landlords and renters. We also zoom back a bit to learn about how mediations citywide are making an impact – and why Nashville is more open to them than you might expect.
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