“Let me tell ya, when I felt that impact of the blast from the IED in Vietnam, like BOOM, I was flung away like a bag of bones, only to be landed on a patch of shrubs, like some sort of a miracle,” Gaetano told the story with a sip of shiraz as he sawed away at his thick, well-marbled cut of a rib-eye drenched in olive oil and herbs. 1,099 more words
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The basic amenities that are in your rental property can make the difference in renting your property quickly, or not at all.
Tenants are becoming more discerning and in a competitive market you do need to make sure your property is comparable with other neighboring properties, and if possible just a little notch above the rest. 528 more words
Finding a reliable, reasonably priced, honest independent contractor is hard. Very hard.
It’s especially hard when you’re a woman, and I try to include at least my husband in every meeting I have with contractors because in my experience, they try to talk over your head and throw in charges that you don’t understand. 3,985 more words
Can a landlord charge a tenant a deposit or a fee for allowing them to rent a unit?
A landlord may ask for a rent deposit prior to the tenant entering the tenancy agreement. 406 more words
A German judge ruled a tenant can’t be held responsible for floor damage resulting from urinating while in the standing position. Judge Stefan Hank sided with the tenant, whose lawsuit said the landlord refused to return $2,100 of his $3,300 deposit, alleging the resident’s urine had damaged the marble floor around the toilet. 238 more words