My mom and I leased an apartment and now it’s time for renewal. But I don’t want to renew the lease but my mom does. Can my mom renew on her own? My name had to go on the lease because she didn’t meet the minimum income requirement and she still wouldn’t meet that if I were to decide not to renew my lease...
They can have any rules they want. But I imagine the restriction is on who is the host of the party; that is, who is responsible for what happens. It's hard to believe they care who the "guest of honor" is. On the other hand, they probably won't let anyone throw a rent party where you charge admission to people so they can get drunk and do drugs and wreck the place.
I'm 8 months into a 13 month lease and have decided to buy a house. Per my lease agreement I have to give 60 days notice before I move out and then pay 2 months rent to break the lease. They initially waive my security deposit when I moved in. There is some damage to the apartment but nothing major. Can they retroactively charge me for damage since I didn't pay a damage deposit? Ive been approved to buy the house I want and closing in 2 weeks. I just now gave my notice to vacate. So my question is how badly can it affect my credit and/or could they file charges or hire a creditor against me if I just vacate without paying the additional 60 days notice worth of rent and then the 2 months worth to break the lease?
Two things about landlord tenent law in my State:1. Landlords and property managers must provide 24 hours notice to enter your rental, unless you invite them, or it is a case of DEMONSTRATABLE emergency.Which means the property manager isnt going to find out by way of walking in and catching me red handed cleaning my gun.2. In my State, and I suspect all others, they are prohibited from searching a tenents personal property.Which means during inspections, they can walk through every room, they can open their own closets, pantries and cabinets, but they cannot open any boxes, bags or containers within that closet belonging to the tenent.And they sure as hell cant open my dresser drawers.So if I have a concealed carry permit and ONE firearm, my revolver, how are they finding out about it?If they ever entered unlawfully, or found it by ruffling through my personal property, then they are in a bit of a quandry:They cant file for eviction without admitting in court that they violated the law themselves.
NO! Do not let them bully you into signing if you are not ready. Wanting to see the house & read through the paperwork is smart & standard.They are acting a little shady in trying to push you into this.Buyinghouse needs to be a mutual decision in a marriage not one partner bullying the other into it.
So, my boyfriend and I live in upstate new york and we are currently renting out an apartment.. technically a bedroom. Our landlord terminated our lease directly after we made a complaint about rat feces in our cabinet. Then told us we need to be out by a certain date. She has breached the lease multiple times between raising the rent due to heat (even though all utilities are included) and coming into our apartment without 24 hours notice (even though there wasn't an emergency). She has also been calling my workplace threatening me saying that i'll get kicked out if i don't pay this months rent. Is this illegal?
My boyfriend’s father is a Landlord and is wanting to meet with us about renting one of his homes. He stated that he does not want my boyfriend signing the lease because he’s not going to sue his son. If his father is thinking he’s going to sue me one day, and keeping his son off the lease for that reason, is that legal? Is he allowed to rent to two people, but only let one sign the lease, and let his son off the lease, but still live there and not be legally responsible for anything?
Already in an income restricted reduced rent property (its not sec 8, they get tax credit for offering reduced rent).To give you an idea "Affordable housing" apartments cost more than what i have now.its 530/mo.Within about a 20 mile radius, people want that or more just for a room in their house.i have no income because im a full time student in my second year.My credit (4k) is finally maxed and the student loans arent enough to cover tuition and rent.I dont know what to do.I lived out of a car for 3 years, i dont want to go back to that.
landlord, but chooses not to. The landlord has already agreed that the tenant can do the "Repair or deduct", and the landlord was fine with that.Instead the tenant just tries to sue the landlord for the cost of these so-called necessary repairs.What realistically is the tenant doing?Why wouldn't he do the repair or deduct, when he legally could? What is up with that?
I'm 22 I've only ever had one job for a few years making minimum wage and I'm at the point where I feel like I should decide what I want to do and get a real job. I've always had an intrest in property and houses but never really consider doing it as a job. Then I heard you can take an online course and a state test to get a license. My question is is this realistic and how hard is it to get hired after you get a license? I don't want to waste a bunch of money on this only to find out that it's not an actual career. I'm very confident that I can do the course and pass the test no problem. I'm good at stuff like that but I'm just afraid of getting into this only to find out there's no real money to be made. Thanks.
My son owns a business. In his part of Africa they don t have income tax papers or anything like that so will they still ask for proof of income?
Especially in Scotland, even new houses that are built still look old like a 70s style house which looks dreadful.
Is $950 for a 2 bedroom apartment “affordable” or not? What do you think??