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Karl Kinkler, Real Estate Pro in Woodbury, NJ
Karl Kinkler answered:
what happens if a landlord rents a room and is not registered to rent?
Landlords that rent without getting the proper inspections run the risk of heavy fines for renting without a certificate of occupancy, if the municipality requires it from landlords. Y ... more
0 votes Share Flag Wed May 7, 2014 Rental Basics in 08093
Eady Green, Real Estate Pro in 08090
Eady Green answered:
I am a renter in Wenonah, NJ. How do I get a copy of the C/O and what are my rights if NO C/O?
Landlord should have c/o before rent that property to you
and you can ask landlord to make a copy of that C/O.
0 votes Share Flag Wed Jan 15, 2014 Rental Basics in 08090
Jefferson, Home Buyer in Bucks County, PA
Jefferson answered:
In New Jersey would email be considered proper notification or does it have to be done via USPS certified or registered letter?
>> Did you check to see if the house in pre-foreclosure? Just a precaution.

This wouldn't change their contractual obligations to the owner at all. They still owe her the ... more
0 votes Share Flag Sat Jul 16, 2011 Rental Basics in Woodbury
Larry Sarlo…, Real Estate Pro in Camden County, NJ
Larry Sarlo 609-868-1171 answered:
If landlord fails to get c/o for new tenant; what legal action does tenant have?
The shame about this is it is the landlord's responsibility. The tenant, relies solely upon the landlord, to enter the home safely. incl C/O. It is the landlords responsibility.
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0 votes Share Flag Sat Jul 16, 2011 Rental Basics in Woodbury
Janet Larsen, Real Estate Pro in Sewell, NJ
Janet Larsen answered:
I'm in Clayton NJ, what defines a bedroom? does the room have to include a closet?
I do not agree that it is considered a bedroom for a fireman to get in. The purpose of the full size window, to my knowledge, is for the person inside to be able to get out!!! The roo ... more
1 vote Share Flag Tue Mar 8, 2011 Rental Basics in 08312
Michael DiTe…, Real Estate Pro in Mullica Hill, NJ
Michael DiTeodoro answered:
My husband's job moved to Gloucester County, NJ, last year and he has been commuting to our home in MD
Great question!

Just like when purchasing a home, Rents are also negotiable! In this market I find that Landlords are more willing to negotiate but not every Landlord! Depends on t ... more
0 votes Share Flag Mon Sep 28, 2009 Rental Basics in Gloucester County
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