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Mon Jan 23, 2017
Angelica P answered:
Hi,

I have emailed you regarding this concern.


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Angelica
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Mon Nov 23, 2015
Kathy Burgreen answered:
Unfortunately, if you don't have anything in writing that says Section 8 is accepted, there's nothing anyone can do. In real estate or any business for that matter can promise anything they want, but until it is in writing and signed, their words mean nothing. ... more
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Fri Feb 7, 2014
Stephanie Medellin answered:
She should show proof of funds (savings or checking account statement) with her rental application and offer to prepay a few months rent if necessary. She shouldn't have too much of a problem as long as the landlord is pet friendly. Offering to buy renters insurance or liability insurance naming the landlord as an additional insured could help with them accepting pets. ... more
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Sun Sep 29, 2013
Craig Wheeler answered:
There are many municipalities located near Depew. Cheektowaga, Lancaster, and West Seneca all are located minutes from Depew. Property taxes would be specific to each area, and personal income tax brackets would depend on how much you make, obviuosly. I have provided links for you at bottom of answer here for you to look at. Good Luck. ... more
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Tue Jun 25, 2013
Khalilah Reese answered:
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Tue Aug 14, 2012
Joe Sorrentino answered:
I answered the question you asked back in February;

No. You must deal with your landlord or rental agent. Some landlords just prefer to do it on a verbal agreement, others have a written form. Whomever you pay the rent to is the one you should ask. ... more
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Tue Aug 14, 2012
Joe Sorrentino answered:
No. You must deal with your landlord or rental agent. Some landlords just prefer to do it on a verbal agreement, others have a written form. Whomever you pay the rent to is the one you should ask. ... more
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Sat Mar 17, 2012
Alain Picard answered:
In my opinion the best way to do this is to work with a local real estate agent. They should be able to see how much properties that are located close to your parents home and are similar in comparison are currently renting for. This should give you an idea of what you should ask for rent for your parents house. ... more
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Sat Mar 17, 2012
Gary Geer answered:
Being a landlord is like running a business and that requires keeping your emotion out of the business. When an issue pops up such as tenants not paying rent you need manage the issue and take any necessary action to ensure you get paid. If that's not going to happen, then you have legal remedies and those should start right away. Even the best tenant can have an issue that changes their situation. It's all about quick action when an issue comes up. ... more
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Thu Mar 1, 2012
Anna M Brocco answered:
As already stated below, at this point it's really in your best interest to consult with an attorney who specializes in real estate, most professionals do offer a free consultation, or contact your local Legal Aid Society for a pro attorney, free. ... more
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