An Open Letter To the Landlords of HotDish Hell, MN…


February 18, 2013 by meximo70

Dear Landlords of HotDish Hell (and anyone else responsible for idiot policies),

While HotDish Hell is filled with beautiful lakes, parks, a million grocery stores, a thousand banks, and hundreds of gas stations; can you please tell me the reason you charge more rent than Mankato or Minneapolis?

I realize we are the county seat for Marvin County, and we have a big Wal-Mart in town but seriously $700 a month for a two bedroom dilapitated home? plus we’re looking at having to come up with $700 for first months rent, another $700 for last months rent and $700 for deposit! That’s over $2,000 to come up with and that doesn’t include utilities which require $150 deposit!! wow!!

Of course, if i was a jobless single mother of 3 i could get a 3 bedroom town home for next to nothing and have my utilities paid for.

And these houses you rent out for $700…if i were to buy them at what the county values them at, my mortgage would only be $188 a month! so if you’re making that kind of ching, doesn’t it make sense that you would be improving the home not just letting it sit?

Most doctors, lawyers, nurses, and big wigs that i know in town wouldn’t live in the slums you rent out. They just buy. So please explain to me the logic behind your rental rates. And someone please explain to me why people who work hard get unequal treatment on rental rates than people who don’t work at all?


Meximo Gundersen

P.S.-There aren’t many big paying jobs either here in HotDish Hell. Most of them left for other towns that charge $350 a month for rent on a 3 bedroom remodeled home.


One thought on “An Open Letter To the Landlords of HotDish Hell, MN…

  1. Jack Flacco says:

    Sounds like Hotdish landlords are trying to make up for the rental shortage from those left behind. In Toronto, the city where I grew up, the rental prices are almost $2,000 for a two-bedroom condo. Yeah, you read that right. A box in the middle of a building. Two-grand. Crazy. I hope your town understands economics because the more people move out, the less tax they collect.

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