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Real Estate - June 24, 2011


Must renter allow Wi-Fi equipment on balcony?

by Martin Eichner

Q I rent an apartment in a large multi-story building. There is a long balcony on my side of the building. Management sent me a letter telling me they want to install telecom and antenna equipment on this balcony so that the local phone company can improve Wi-Fi reception in our area. The only access to the balcony is through two apartments, one of which is mine.

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Martin Eichner edits RentWatch for Project Sentinel, an organization founded in 1974 that provides landlord tenant dispute resolution and fair housing services in Northern California and administers rental-housing mediation programs in Palo Alto, Los Altos and Mountain View. Call 650-856-4062 for dispute resolution or 650-321-6291 for fair housing or email


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