Do you think anyone should be able to own and lease apartments and other rental units? If landlords have a criminal background should tenants be informed? What about landlords who lie about tenants who draw boundaries with their inappropriate behavior as having loud music or putting holes in the walls for vengeance, falsely reported?
by L.A. Walsh 9 years ago
Things to consider before renting an apartment
by akanjoe 2 years ago
Who pays tenement rate, the tenant or the landlord?Who pays tenement rate, the tenant or the landlord?
by daisynicolas 7 years ago
What to do next when landlords don't take action to your requests for repair and they raised rent?Repairs are mostly aesthetics and/or prevention that have been requested every month. A good apt. in a lovely neighborhood that accepts big dogs without a pet deposit is rare to find, thus the...
by Kelly Kline Burnett 9 years ago
A friend of mine is evicting his tenants. Sadly this house contains my beautiful furniture - long, torrid story. I knew the risks and the worst case is coming to fruition. He thinks they will leave in 5 days. I think they will wait and take him to court and it will take...
by lizzieBoo 8 years ago
At the moment, we have a blanket law concerning smoking in public places. Bars and pubs are smoke free, which is nice (although now you can smell the wee and sweat), but the streets are punctuated with clusters of smokers, so you are obliged to inhale smoke if you happen to be having a...
by Gable Rhoads 4 years ago
Have you ever had to evict a renter?Any advice for a first timer landlord? The house is in NC and the renter is three months behind in rent.
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