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The Port Huron Area Landlord Association Show: Keith Gurnsey – Landlord / Gurnsey Home Maintenance

By Mike Bodeis

President of the Port Huron Area Landlord Association Mike Bodeis welcomes you back to another episode of The Port Huron Area Landlord Association Show.

In this episode, Mike is joined by Keith Gurnsey of Gurnsey Home Maintenance who is also a fellow landlord in the area. The two talk about a variety of questions or issues that can be face by both landlords or tenants and how they can work together for the betterment of the city.

About PHALA:

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“The Port Huron Area Landlord Association (PHALA) is an association for individuals who are serious about becoming successful landlords. We are the Port Huron Area’s most active and respected Landlord Association with the support of many local businesses and organizations. We believe in keeping an open dialogue with local government officials and other agencies pertaining to our business”

For more information about the Port Huron Area Landlord Association or to check out their current vacancy listings, you can visit their website at www.PortHuronAreaLandlordAssoc.com.

Stay tuned to Blue Water Healthy Living for future episodes of The Port Huron Area Landlord Association Show

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Martha Burich June 16, 2021 at 7:38 am

Very interesting and informative.

Janet M Thomas June 18, 2021 at 10:12 pm

Good to know our PHALA officers are working with the city to treat all property owners equaly. I have experienced simular frustration with the Blight Department. When I get sighted for weeds along the fence in the alley and I see front lawns on the same block with uncut lawns looking like a wilderness, I feel discriminated against as a landlady. I do list all the obvious violations of owner occupied homes and turn them in to the city.


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