You do have rights, and "they" need to follow proper legal procedures to remove you from a property. Unfortunately, that is not a question that can be answered here in this forum. If you want to fight it, you will need to go to a real estate attorney or a regular attorney and have them take a look at your case.
Unfortunately, this can get expensive but short of reading the laws and learning and doing it yourself, this is your quickest and best option.
Hope this helps.
Because it's more than real estate. It's RAYL-Estate!
Brian Rayl, REALTORÂ®, e-PRO, SFR
Keller Williams Elite Park Cities
Depends on your finances and credit--begin by visiting with any qualified loan officer(s) first, see exactly what your budget can handle and check your credit score--their scoring is different--then go from there. Currently FHA loans do require a minimum credit score of 620 and 3.5% down. Your loan officer can best advise you as to a mortgage as it relates to you.... more
I would start with fully reading your lease contract and if you can't understand it you should contact an attorney to help you better understand your lease. Your header was can they charge for things they invite the answer is NO they can only charge you per the lease contract and if for some reason they operate outside the lease they are in the wrong- but its like this if you get an attorney involved be aware of the beast you might awaken if they are this bad and you havenâ€™t got on the bad side. Honestly and I pray you don't take it the wrong way in todayâ€™s market if you pay on time and your not the problem most landlords are very forgiven and to anything to keep good tenants so for some reason it sounds like they are trying to run you off or someone in the office is trying to look good for the bosses by whipping a tenant into shape so to say I HOPE THIS HELPS AND GOOD LUCK
Another thing why rent when the government has special loans for low income families where they subsidize your payments... more
The best way to find the answer to the sale price of a home is to ask a Realtor. Why? In addition to knowing the actual sale price, your Realtor will be able to give you the history of the sale (original list price, number of days on the market, the condition of the home and if there were any terms in the sale that affected the price).... more