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Carmen Mejia, Home Buyer in Pasadena, CA

I am currently in a long term rental with a 60 day notice to leave but cannot find another home, what are my rights?

Asked by Carmen Mejia, Pasadena, CA Thu Sep 5, 2013

I have rented the current home for over 17 years

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Unfortunately, you have no rights. That's the disadvantage of renting. Have you considering purchasing a home so that you won't be in this position again?

Carmen Hill aka Ms. Sherlock Homes
0 votes Thank Flag Link Mon Sep 23, 2013
If your are renting a single family home and they have given you a 60 day notice, you might want to hire a realtor to help you look or seek alternative housing until you find your ideal home.

Have you ever considered purchasing a home?

Feel free to call to discuss your options in full.

All the best,

(323) 819-4760
0 votes Thank Flag Link Mon Sep 9, 2013
0 votes Thank Flag Link Sun Sep 8, 2013
You should have bought a home instead of throwing away money for 17 years. You have no rights because you don't own the home. Your landlord gave you proper legal notice and the ethical and honest thing to do is leave before the 60 days is up.

J.R. Thrasher
0 votes Thank Flag Link Fri Sep 6, 2013
Please call me, 818-730-8635, or e-mail me

Clint Lohr , Keller Williams World Media Center.
0 votes Thank Flag Link Thu Sep 5, 2013
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