A different Caitlin here… I just completed your survey and whilst some questions were fine and will probably provide you with data you can use, I see what the other Caitlin means.
The questions won’t really give you tangible feedback as you are asking whether people agree or disagree to very broad, general statements. For example I was asked whether I agreed or disagreed that landlords and tenants have a good relationship - I can only answer for myself based on my own experiences so perhaps the question should be presented in this way.
You are also asking 2+ groups the same question but they have very opposing viewpoints so if it were me, I’d have slightly different surveys depending on who (landlord or tenant) is responding and tailor your questions specifically to that audience. I would also go a bit more macro with the questions - that way you are likely to tease out the root of people’s feelings and gain better insight for your research.
For help take a look at these forums and pick out hot topics among your survey groups and ask for opinions about those - for example there was no mention about renting with pets in your survey and eeeeeeveryone is fighting about that.
I hope this helps in your studies and best of luck!