Some questions I can think of..... First decide what you want, make a wish list. How much can you afford to spend on rent? Will improvements made help you get a discount on rent from the landlord? What happens if something breaks? Does the owner have homeowners insurance? (you will need your own renters insurance) If you want out of the lease, what are the conditions?
The safest route to take is buying the house contents before you rent the house. This ensures the safety of the appliances that come with the house you are renting and if anything was to happen you would be covered.
It often is included, but it is not required.
When renting a house from an rental agency, an inspection is not needed because the houses are already. When renting from someone else, an inspection may find issues that can affect your ability to stay there like mold.
i am renting a house in forecloser and i need info on how to buy it. who do i contact?
Only if you know he is a qualified workman.
It showed on the last episode of the season that it would be Paul Young renting their house.
currently no, he was renting a house in Denver
You do have some legal rights when renting a house. The house should be clean and liveable, the landlord should tell you when he is coming over to fix the house, the landlord cannot have the locks changed.
It depends on the area. Don't rent a house if you don't need a lot of space.
There are numerous sites you can find information on renting a house. But only one is very detailed and has lots of good information: www.primelocation.com/guides/renting/how-to-rent-a-house/. It tells you how to rent a house, what to look for in the house and many other things you might want to know.
if you see mold in a house and rent it and become ill is the owner responesable?
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The tenant or leaser.
One should research information on rental deposits before entering the situation regarding house moving. Advice can be sought from any local realtor, Other additional advice includes price comparisons and space requirements enlisted for ones needs.
Buying a house is better than renting because when you [purchase a house, the money is going towards something that you own. When a person rents, the money is being given to someone else and their house payment.
They bought it.
Some benefits to renting an apartment. Renting gives you flexibility, you are not tied down nearly as much as you are with purchasing a house. Also many times renting you are not responsible for repairs and other maintenance issues. You usually are not in charge of mowing a lawn, garbage, paying land taxes, and others. If you are not looking to settle down and invest in a house, renting may be better for you.
about 3 dates before you go to his/her house .
Buying is a personal investment while renting involves giving money to the landlord
The amount you charge for an empty house will depend on the square footage of the house and what neighborhood it is in. It also depends on whether you are renting it out or selling it. The average house sells for around 150,000 dollars in most locations.
Unless you entered into some agreement to eventually purchase the house, you have no legal rights to the house. Your lease should remain in effect until its termination date and then you would have to see if the new owners wish to continue renting to you.
No. If the house is also in her name she does have a part ownership of the house and you will need to go to court to remove her name and buy her out. If she isn't on the deed and has been renting leaving her items in the house is not a claim of ownership and she is actually preventing you from renting the house again. You could take her to small claims court for the rent since she left furniture in the house and that means she is still there. Therefore, she owes rent.
Renting an apartment is not an investment. Mortgage payments increase the home-owner's equity.