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Downstairs neighbor blues

First I suppose I should make it clear that I am the downstairs neighbor who is singing the blues here. I waited to write this until the problem appeared to be on its way to being resolved. 1,181 more words


No Toilet, No Rent: Sacramento Family Not Paying While Bathroom Is A Gaping Hole In The Floor

SACRAMENTO (CBS13) — It’s no home-sweet-home for an Arden family of nine who doesn’t have a working toilet or shower, among other issues.

Gene Paiz’s family has lived in the home for nine years, and he says they’ve never missed a rent payment. 381 more words


“Let It Snow, Let It Snow, Let It Snow…But Should Someone Else Be Clearing it?”

Winter has made its early debut. The snow has begun falling and the salt trucks are already covering the roads (and our cars), and it’s not even December! 612 more words

Real Estate Law

The Importance of Notice in Landlord-Tenant Law

When a maintenance issue arises, a tenant must give written notice of the issue to the landlord. While a phone call or in-person conversation may be quicker and more convenient, it does not meet the legal requirements to trigger the deadlines for a landlord to fix the issues. 249 more words


Choosing a Home - Part 4

OMG (it must be bad the acronyms are back) there is a stable door. Now I know in your head you’ve gone all rustic, wooden split doors – if only. 500 more words


Can I buy an investment property if I don't have any money?

Lack of funds is probably the biggest factor preventing hopeful property investors from entering the market. However, there are ways you can get on the investment property ladder without any money. 382 more words


New Scheme offers protection for Tenants

New Government legislation came into force on 1st October 2014 that is set to have an important impact on the residential lettings market as all Lettings and Property Management Agents follow Estate Agents in joining a Government authorised Consumer Redress Scheme. 540 more words