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We are looking for house to rent with intention of openning a daycare for little kids. Do we have to inform the landlord upfront or keep it silent for a better chance of getting the house? Thank you.

The houses in the area where we want to rent are rented very fast.
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Mark Wohlgenant
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It depends if you want to have a legal and respected daycare business without the worry that you'll have to relocate the whole thing because of some zoning trouble, then yes, you should absolutely let the landlord know what you're planning.

Better to be up front, clear and professional, than learn the hard way.

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Ken Brown
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Inform the landlord. If you don't, and then he/she finds out, that could be reason to evict you.

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There seems to be a willful deception embeded in your question. You may want to reconsider your plans to work with young children and their parents, let alone rent with that mindset.

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