In summer time it is crazy season, so it is very hard to rent apartment if you like to do long search. Because apartments are gone from the market, sometime the same day, they are got to the market.... more
RentOmeter.com is a good source to see what homes are currently renting for in any area. I know I'm behind on a response but this is a good tool for any investors or agents looking for rent amounts.... more
So there are quite a few home warranty companies out there, definitely with different benefits. I have found that something to my clients that is irreplaceable though is time. When you are moving into a home that is a resale even inspectors cannot guarantee things will be working. Unlike other companies American Home Shield offers service within 15 days of move in. Most times my clients have even called the day after move in for things and they have always been fixed. So, for the basis of not waiting 30 days for coverage, my answer would be American Home Shield! Best of Luck to you!
I would begin working on improving your credit score. Here are some easy ways to work on that:
1. Work on paying off any credit cards that you have. Once those are low, keep them low.
2. Offer to pay off your debt/loans upfront; you can often pay less than is owed if you're able/willing to do this.
3. Pay all bills on time.
4. Get any potential errors fixed.
To check your credit score, go to annualcreditreport.com. The major companies are required to provide you with free credit reports once every 12 months.
If you still have problems renting, check with family a friends who may give a personal recommendation to someone that you can rent from. Admit any past problems that you've had to a potential landlord immediately and explain any extenuating circumstances in a letter. Being upfront makes you seem much more trustworthy. If you can, offer to pay several months of rent upfront. Find a co-signer. If you have a friend or family member who is willing to co-sign on a lease, this could help you tremendously.
That is a really scary position to be in. I would recommend calling a real estate attorney and then call the landlord and see if you can work anything out. They shouldn't just turn off the services without warning.
Be mindful that such sites are for advertising purposes and not real estate companies; there are no codes that I'm aware of; however be aware that scams do exist; be mindful that such web sites are third party sites, so the information is fed by various sources, therefore data is not really verified. If you choose not to work with an agent of your own always verify ownership before exchanging any money/personal information--make certain they are who they claim to be. Never wire any money, if it sounds too good to be true, it is. For scam related information see link.
Luckily things like broken glass and plumbing are pretty easy to fix. However, it probably is the responsibility of the condo to have these things taken care of. You may want to discus your options with a lawyer. They may be able to put some heat under the landlord and get those repairs done. Good luck with everything. http://www.townshipglassandmetal.com... more
in order to be considered a bedroom it has to have two means of egress. Either two doors or a window that can be no more than 44 inches from the floor, it needs at least 5.7 square feet for the opening, and it must measure no less than 24 inches high and 20 inches wide... more