Regardless of the circumstances of the loan modification, if you owe money, you owe money.
The right for the landlord to collect for damages caused by you that exceed the allowable wear and tear is within his rights and if true you should pay.
Taking advantage by damaging someone's property and then figuring out a way not to pay a legitimate claim is stealing.
To put it another way, how would you feel if the roles were reversed?
It sounds like it's been awful but it'll be better now that you're in a new home. Once you get some good advice you'll be able to move on from all this stress.
So we didn't want to stress about waiting and getting evicted and we left the house the following month.Its been so stressful on my part. i just want to change my number and just forget about it since im not in that place anymore. but i had a good relationship with the owner. but i feel like i've been betrayed.
Excuse my grammar again!
Try calling Richard Kelly in RWC, he is a Judge and attorney who specializes in rental law. 650-369-3338.
If you need help finding a new place, try http://www.Faytherentalqueen.com 650-455-6072.
but my question is. since the house is being auction and pre-foreclose does he still have the right to collect money? i'll check the website too.