Posts Tagged ‘landlord’

For renters, it is an age old dilemma of how to turn a cookie cutter space into one that reflects your own personality and creativity. With most landlords placing limits on what colors can be painted on walls to how many pictures can be hung, it can be difficult to place your own unique stamp on a rental space. Still,...

There may be a time when you find yourself needing to move out of your rental before the lease is up. Breaking a rental agreement can be a problem, as you’ve signed a contract to say you’ll be renting the property for a certain length of time. Legally, it isn’t easy to get out of a rental agreement. The usual ways are...

Let’s say you’re in a city for a short period, whether traveling through for work, pleasure or family. You may find yourself in need for a place to stay for a few weeks or a couple of months. Not too long, but long enough for a hotel to be too expensive or to impose yourself as a guest of a friend or family member....

When looking for a rental property, one key thing to remember is that you’re also interviewing the real estate agent. While you may assume the agent will do their job, this isn’t always the case. Like all careers, there are some people in real estate who, as harsh as this is to say, don’t care about their work as long...

The future cannot be known. We don’t know what will happen next week, let alone a few months in the future. Everything can be planned and it can look great on paper but reality is that future frequently brings unexpected surprises; positive or negative. When you signed the apartment lease you planned to be in the...