Rental Protection Agency Acts as Modern Day Ghost Buster For Tenants Living in Haunted Apartments

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More than 32 Million Tenants Believe in Ghosts.

Just in time for Halloween; the RPA announced today that tenant filed complaints about ghosts, hauntings, or paranormal activity will be taken seriously. The Agency known for providing formal complaint resolution for tenants in all 50 States is now officially legitimizing paranormal related apartment complaints.

"Our organization is not claiming to validate the existence of ghosts or hauntings," states RPA Director: Scott Paxton; "but we are validating that this issue is a very real concern for some tenants who claim to be living in haunted apartments." When unexplained paranormal activity prevents a tenant from their right of enjoyment; filing a formal complaint through the RPA Complaint Center ( will be treated like any other complaint and not dismissed.

According to an AP/Ipsos poll, located here; 1/3 of Americans believe in ghost. That's more than 32 million tenants nationwide, as per the updated rental clock located on the Rental Protection Agency website:

The RPA will most likely take some heat from skeptics about this decision to formally accept paranormal related complaints; but the organization is more concerned protecting tenants rights than it is about turning their backs on tenants with legitimate concerns.

For more information on the Rental Protection Agency and their complaint center, please visit the official site located at:

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