It depends on the rental market. How about the amenities? that is something to consider. Go to your local MLS and find out the similar comparable of your property, then you will determine if you should increase your rate. Increasing your rental condo's to high your tenant would look somewhere else. If it is a good tenant that is something to consider for the long term.... more
I'm sorry to hear about that. These are the sticky situations that we all dread : (
When you went to court, did you represent yourself or hire an attorney? It seems strange that someone who is clearly not guilty of committing the crime would be found guilty nonetheless...
This is definitely a task for an attorney. I don't know what they can do retroactively about the verdict but they would be the best place to start asking questions; if licensed Real Estate Professional were to advise you on this case it may be a conflict of interest; practicing law without a license.
Best of Luck to You! The Just always prevail! : )... more