Is it right to be paying 529 a month for a one bedroom apartment when other people that live here pay 400 are they cheating you out of money?
If on a blueprint for a house if the master bedroom is a parallelogram with at least one right angle then the master bedroom will be the shape of?
I assume you're asking this question because some issue about local zoning laws, or property association rules, has come up. Generally, local cities and counties can create reasonable laws on how many people can occupy a property (to avoid the 20 people in a 2-bedroom apartment problem). However, case law suggests that disallowing at least 2 people per bedroom in a living unit would violate the Fair Housing Act, as it would discriminate against people…
This really depends on where you live. In Pennsylvania, USA, the average water bill for two people living in a two bedroom apartment last year was about $50 every three months, but that was actually half of the bill for a house divided into two 2BR apartments. Three people lived in the other half. I know, we only should have had to be 2/5! But it was not my decision.
You are looking to rent a two bedroom apartment in NYC this summer But there will be 7 people staying in the apartment Will this cause problems with building doormen are there ID keycards or limits?
With more and more people wanting to move abroad property prices are rising in other countries to meet this demand, the price of a 2 bedroom apartment in Rome can vary wildly but as an example they can range from 930,000 Euros to 185,000 Euros. The best place to find a good deal would be with a local estate agent in Rome.
Very few states are considered "rent-control" states, and they may dictate how much a 4-bedroom home can rent for. Otherwise the Landlord may charge as much as he likes for such a dwelling. Whether he gets as much as he wants depend on several other factors than the fact that it's a 4-bedroom home. Factors include, but are not limited to: Type of dwelling (house, apartment, condo, trailer) Fair market value of the rent (for…
The lease states three people to live in your two bedroom apartment and they have five what are your rights?
Can you be denied an apartment at a tax credit community if your credit is bad because of disability?
You can be denied an apartment by any community and for any reason except reasons for which a person is discriminated against: color, sex, religion, disability, sexual orientation, and other protected reasons. Whether the apartment complex is a tax credit Apartment complex or a conventional apartment, the selection criteria is generally the same, because whether it is a tax credit apartment complex or conventional, it is still privately owned. When an apartment complex performs a…
If renting a one-bedroom apartment in Pennsylvania and your fiance becomes pregnant can you be evicted because of occupancy limits?
Many apartment and residential places have restrictions on how many people can live in a residence (usually being two per bedroom), so in concerns to the question, no 5 people could not live in a two bedroom flat. On the basis of physically being able to, than yes, 5 people could easily live in a two bedroom flat. Two children would live in each bedroom and the adult could living in the living room area…
They might ask for an extra deposit or an extra month's rent because people with low credit scores have a higher risk of defaulting on the contract (not paying rent or leaving the apartment before the contract is up). Because of the higher risk, they might charge more up front, but they shouldn't be charging you a higher rental rate in general.
How do you split the utility bills between 4 people sharing a 3 bedroom apartment when the 2 individuals sharing a room are already paying less for rent?
It would be understanding that the 2 individuals pay less rent because they are sharing the room. That makes sense. You divide the rent 3 ways because there are 3 bedrooms and since two of them live in one of the rooms they slit their share. As far as the utiliites go, each individual uses just as much as the other so I believe that you should split the utilities 4 ways, not 3.
In urban settings it may be the standard for housing (not much room for country cottages in Downtown New York), and people may choose to live in an apartment in the city to be close to their place of work. These can be the shoddy, thin walled one and two bedroom numbers or very elegant, homey setups that cover an entire floor of the building. Even the least of these can be very expensive in…
Typically, most landlords stick to the 2+1 rule. They don't need to, but this is the HUD standard. 2 for each bedroom and one additional person. 1 bedroom = 3 people 2 bedroom = 5 people 3 bedrooms = 7 people Going below this standard can get them into Fair Housing troubles, going above this can get them into county and health issues.