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Unfinished Repairs, lease renewal

FedUpinNY | Thursday, September 4th, 2008 6:43 am

Long story short: We’ve been renting a house for two years.  It’s in a desirable neighborhood and a good school district.  The condition of the property was well disguised when we first moved in, and has been steadily deteriorating.  My main issues — which have gone unaddressed for the 2 year tenancy — are: a […]

Help getting deposit

NotStandingForIt! | Wednesday, August 27th, 2008 12:27 pm

For one year, my boyfriend and I rented a single family home.  We moved out 8/10/08, per the termination date of our lease.  During the time we lived there, I got sick, drank a little too much Ny-Quil which, mixed with my other medicine, completly knocked me out…. in the bathtub.  My tub, which was […]

Rent Return…

Choon | Wednesday, August 13th, 2008 1:16 pm

I will terminate the lease early prior to the expiration date because I have to move out at Sept. 10th. I have to pay additional two month rent as lease-breaking fee and full rent for September even though I may not live in this apartment any longer. I understand the panalty, but I don’t understand the rent […]

Renter problems, any help appreciated!

admin | Tuesday, July 29th, 2008 8:00 am

I’m a new landlord so I’m not really sure about a lot of things, so any help would be greatly appreciated.  I rent out a single family home in Arizona, and it has one of those hard sided above ground pools.  Recently, my renter requested that I replace the liner in the pool, about $500 […]

Rent Compensation

Alyssa | Tuesday, July 29th, 2008 6:07 am

It was discovered on 7/18 that we had a major gas leak in my apartment.  The gas company immediately came to shut off the gas, and repairs were unable to be made until the following week.  After the repairs were made, the gas company came back out to turn on the gas, but then found […]

Increase in rent?

One Hurtin' Hokie | Friday, July 25th, 2008 1:53 pm

I’m a student at Virginia Tech, and this year I’m living in the same apartment complex as I was last year. Because of roommate changes, I will now be living with a different number of roommates, and therefore we had to sign a new lease for a new apartment. In December we signed a lease […]

Tenant help!

Becca | Thursday, July 24th, 2008 11:00 am

We are a family of five living in Jackson, MI. We rent a horribly kept house and have constant problems getting repairs done by our landlord. There is no association in our area to help resolve conflict between our two parties. Can anyone refer us to an agency that provides tenant help that may be […]

Apartment Parking

Thuy | Tuesday, July 8th, 2008 9:18 am

I rent the aprtment, and registered the car with a parking permit. Now, I change a new car, the rental ‘s office asked for registration. After I show both car’s registration (same name, but not my name), they refused to give me back a parking permit (they charge for parking permit too $20). They said […]

Apartment Carpet Law…?

Jamie | Monday, July 7th, 2008 1:16 pm

While vacuuming our apartment, a strand of carpet became caught up in our vacuum, and a run was created in the carpet.  We notified our landlord immediately, and they determined that it could not be patched.  Now, they are insisting that the carpet needs replacing, and we are financially responsible.  We feel as though there […]

Apartment sublease agreement

Any help or advice is appreciated | Sunday, June 8th, 2008 8:59 am

We were asked by a friend of ours to move into his 4 bedroom house when 3 of his roomates bailed on him. He needed help paying the rent and we agreed to split the rent & utilities with him. At that time his current lease was until December 2008 but, he asked if we […]