State records will do fine. Same for federal , county or city.
Even an essay written by some theorist would go some distance to substantiating such A FAR FETCHED CLAIM.
Now , I have not offered any insults, HOW ABOUT SOME PROOF ?
Only problem with this line of thinking is the fact that renters DO pay their fair share of the taxes. Whenever I have rented I was responsible for paying the utilities which includes water, electric, sewer and garbage pick up. I also contributed to the property tax fund every time I paid my rent. You really do not think that the landlord actually pays the property taxes on the property do you? That money comes directly out of the monthly rent collected from the tenants. Just as the property maintenance, property water, property sewer, property electric, property personnel and management costs all comes directly out of the rent money collected every month.
Any landlord who does not incorporate these costs of doing business into the rent are not very smart and deserve to be forced out of business.