I want to get out of my lease if you want to take it over, I'm living at Cannongate in Nashua my lease ends December 1st I'm paying 1250.00 first floor very nice place. very clean and quiet.
The reason I need to leave is I'm having problems with my roommate does not want to take care of her part of the obligation and I'm left to support everything. Not a fear deal for me.... more
The most recent estimate I received for a typical residential home in southern NH is between $1,250 to $1,350 assuming your basement has concrete floor. If you have a large basement, they may have to add another hole which would cost additional $3-500 depends on the accessibility. It's always best to have the Radon Mitigation company come out to the site and give you an accurate quote. In most cases, they'll reduce the amount of Radon in air below the guideline.... more
Families and single mothers with children. Conveniently located off rte 293 exit 5. Within short walking distance to family friendly park, churches, city rail trail, dunkins, 7-11, subway, city bus stop, and laundry mat. Ethnically diverse neighborhood, pretty much the whole world lives here along with some locals. Relatively safe.... more
This may differ from state to state. In North Carolina I believe in most cases the sellers could file insmall claims court. Our contract in North Carolina is pretty clear about what happens the buyers or sellers do not follow through with their contractual obligations.... more
You could be rent controlled, as New York city has rent control and in this case you DO NOT HAVE TO MOVE. You can stay put at your current rent. Contact your local housing dept for more info. If you did agree to move, the owner would have to pay you relocation fees which are aimed at compensating you for your move and the rental increases you will be paying for next few years. In Los Angeles rent controlled tenants are paid 12-25k+ depending on variables to permanently relocate. This is in effect if you have a lease or not because you have been living there and paying, you are a tenant.... more
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