There are non-profit organizations that will gift you the down payment and closing costs to buy your home so it would cost you "zero down payment". If you do not want to go thru a non-profit, you can put down as little as 1% down payment. A house of $160,000/your down payment would be $1600. Please call me and I can share all the details with you. I specialize in niche products for first time home buyers.
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Discuss this question with your landlord and or attorney-- if your agreement was stay a month longer past your lease, yes, you will need to pay rent --again discuss with your landlord and or attorney.... more
Send your Landlord a copy of the email confirming his/her acceptance of option 1...then see how he/she responds. If your deposit is not returned, you will need to file a complaint in small claims court. Your email evidence should be compelling... more
After a lease term expires, and the tenant remains, the lease becomes a month-to-month tenancy that may be terminated by either landlord or tenant with a 30 day notice...so YES, unless you have some other written agreement with the tenant, a 30 day notice will suffice.... more
Any agreement you had appears to have been broken numerous times and it way past time to get rid of him.
I have been doing property management for a while and would never let a tenant get this far with these many issues. How you handle it is up to what the original contact states. You can give him a 30 day notice to quit and move out, then start eviction proceedings. However, it would be to your advantage to speak with them first about clearing up the matter. This way he doesn't take it out on the home if you know what I mean. If that doesn't work, then it is time to get tough.
If you have any questions, you can call me at 925-550-8479.