Rent Too Damn High? How to Lower Yours
While McMillan has run for both mayoral and gubernatorial elections since the early 1990s, this is the first time the retired postal worker and karate teacher has garnered such mainstream attention, thanks in large part to his single-minded campaign slogan.
But before the polls close this November, find out how you too can toe the "Rent Is Too Damn High" party line -- by getting your own rent reduced.
Ironically, it's been reported that McMillan does not pay rent on his $800-a-month Brooklyn apartment. In exchange for payment, he's brokered a maintenance deal with his
"Breakfast, lunch and dinner" aside, the real problem plaguing renters everywhere is: How do the rest of us cash in on Jimmy's campaign promise?
For starters, check out these guides on AOL Real Estate to find out how to get the most out of your rental agreement:
- How to Negotiate Rent
- How to Find the Best Deals on Rent
- Tenants' Rights and Negligent Landlords
- Suing a Landlord in 7 Steps
Then, watch the video clips below to perfect your karate-fighting, black-glove-wearing McMillan impression. There may not be much hope for McMillan's party come November, but you'll have a blast at yours.
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