Renting & Real Estate's questions - Turkish iziqna

Overall which state has a better quality of Life

My mom is 80 has no assets and only very little savings. No 401k, no life insurance, nothing. Her social security and small pension has been able to cover the mortgage payment (she is upside down in the mortgage that she has only had 7 years - - - she sank all her savings into the house unwisely). She was... show more

Best answer: Get a roommate. What you can do is, rent a place with more rooms. Then, go get someone to live there with you. That way, you can save some money. And its possible that you might be able to live there. But, you cant get the place if you show low income.

I recently came across an ADA (Americans with Disabilities Act) apartment unit while apartment hunting. The unit featured 34 inch kitchen counters, bathtub rails, and wider doorways for handicap accessibility. The unit also features an attached garage, is located on the first floor in a safe neighborhood , and is... show more

Is 815 sq feet good for 1 person?

10 answers · 1 day ago
Best answer: yes it's

He talked to me before hand and I said no. I rented a two bedroom on purpose so I could have an office. I rent the entire house for $1200/month and he signed another lease for the extra room for an additional $600/month (so he expects me to pay double what the other guy is paying). I came home to find someone... show more

My father passed away leaving me and my two brothers his house. we are trying to sell it but after signing the contract the title company informed us that my older brother would have to pay off his 53,000 in child support BEFORE we are able to sell the house. none of us has that kind of money, and that amount is... show more

Best answer: Cell new furniture no, but they might SELL some new furniture. Don't waste money on renting furniture. This is your first place you don't even need new. Go check out thrift stores, second hand, garage sales seriously. You could get a leather cough or chair, tables, lamps......dishes..... if you check... show more

It's not like your criminal history where they can see any record of arrests and/or convictions you have. There is no eviction registry they can check. The best they can do is look at your credit report, but if your eviction was caused for reasons other than non-payment of rent, such as violating community... show more

Best answer: Disgruntled tenants post all sorts of things. I would stay above it and not respond. Sure, cease and desist...prove its actually her account though...

The person is on disability and is on SSI, and can’t afford to move out on their income.

Hi. I am man in my 50s. When I was in my 20s I rented a room in a house. My landlord lived on site. Was a man in his 30s or 40s & of Chinese background. When he used to watch his Chinese language shows or movies on his own TV in his room, he laughed so hysterically that he sounded like a squealing pig or wild... show more

I am moving into a new place soon but my lease is ending at the end of the month and unfortunately cannot move into a new place by that time. None of my friends have their own place and I have bad history with my parents. What can I do and what are my options? Please help!

This will be a mixed house and he never wants to see me in the week anyway so it's causing me great anxiety as he said this will be a new lease of life. He just doesn't seem to put me in his plans. Please help