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Market Conditions in 77013 : Real Estate Advice

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Fri Jul 22, 2011
Coop6908 answered:
oH YES i COULD ALWAYS MOVE AND BE A QUITTER BECAUSE RULES ABD REGUALIONS ARE MADE UP AS THEY GO A LONG. yES iT IS FUNDED BY hUD BUT i HAVE ALWAYS PAID MARKET VALUE FOR THIS BUILDING.
Sorry for caps......I sent them a certified letter last year telling them that income had dropped and approached them a positive way only to be given the run around. Also I just noticed my name as not been onthe lease ever since the first lease seven years ago. Hah but they cash my check. Could this be that with only my wife on there they get a kick back off HUD for lower income. hell I am not even listed as a resident. When asked if I needed to sign was told no your wife is on the lease we only need one.. Nowhere does it list me living here for the last 6 plus years Moving is the easy way out. A message needs to be loud and clear that market value is not determined by level of income. So I guess as long as people like this ride a system and make rules accordingly but wont put them in writing I will stay and pursue this. The bottom line is How much money they can squeeze. Me being told I had to leave without a resident over 55 but I could stay if I paid full market price while age 53/54 on disability . Is a double standard they are creating ... more
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