When Tenant Responds Within 15 Days of Receiving Landlord’s ‘Notice of Intent to Make a Claim” What is Landlord’s Next Step?

When you enter into a rental agreement with a tenant, it is expected that both parties will uphold said agreement. Unfortunately, that is not always the case. While most tenants do fulfill their end of the arrangement, a select few do not. When this occurs, you can find yourself with damages, unauthorized changes to the […]

Can a Management Company Refuse a Late Rent Payment?

When financial burdens strike – it can be devastating. Not only does it affect your morale, but it can hinder your ability to pay the most necessary of bills: your rent. In an attempt to save yourself from eviction, you go down to the property manager’s office to make a partial payment. Horrifyingly, they refuse […]

The Pre-Recession Housing Problem: Part 2 of 2

Over the next few years, millions of homeowners must somehow find a way to face this previously unforeseen HELOC reset problem and resulting payment increase. Though some may be able to handle a larger payment, there will still be an enormous number of homeowners who will find themselves in a financial crisis because of the […]

The Pre-Recession Housing Problem: Part 1 of 2

Although the home equity line of credit (HELOC) has been around for many years, it gained popularity in the early 2000s. Far fewer HELOCs are being issued by lending institutions today due to the 2008 financial crisis, but millions of homeowners still have this type of arrangement, and are in for a shock when these […]
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