With the ownerâ€™s permission you can do whatever you both agree to. A lease however is intended to protect the landlord and the tenant. They were required to give you noti ... more
Eric Axelson, A ... more
That depends on which side of the U&O you are on. It would seem logical to me that the owner of the home is responsible. The people using the U&O (previousowner) are rentin ... more
Otherwise, find an agent who is experienced in rentals who can make a ... more
There is no clear-cut answer, however, if you're simply asking about TRENDS and an "on the average" sort of answer, I would say the short sale. Someone could be in a short s ... more
Some landlords prefer a longer term tenant so they don't have to draw up a new lease again at he end of the term or incur the expense of preparing the unit for a new t ... more
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