• If the cops come to a house, is the landlord called?

    I'm trying to evict a crazy roommate, only she isn't on the lease and isn't supposed to be there. She has a lot of my expensive clothes and owes me 120$ so i'm holding some of her **** as caladrol for getting my stuff back. Idc if the cops get called, but do they call the landlord? If so then... show more
    I'm trying to evict a crazy roommate, only she isn't on the lease and isn't supposed to be there. She has a lot of my expensive clothes and owes me 120$ so i'm holding some of her **** as caladrol for getting my stuff back. Idc if the cops get called, but do they call the landlord? If so then i'm gonna have to figure out something else.
    21 answers · Renting & Real Estate · 5 hours ago
  • What kind of business can I start up with £25,000?

    Best answer: a cafe... we started ours on £10,000 with profits taken from our motorcycle business... it attracts the bikers and they visit us while having a mot or tyres,chain/sprockets replaced while they wait... a general store would also be possible with £25,000... you need to sell something that people need every day not... show more
    Best answer: a cafe... we started ours on £10,000 with profits taken from our motorcycle business... it attracts the bikers and they visit us while having a mot or tyres,chain/sprockets replaced while they wait...
    a general store would also be possible with £25,000... you need to sell something that people need every day not electrical items such a toasters and tv's...
    once you start making money you can expand into other areas and we've recently gone into property redevelopment and the rental business...
    26 answers · Small Business · 2 days ago
  • My mother died leaving me as executor of her estate. I need to sell her house to settle her debts but my brother won the move out.?

    He, his wife, and son have been living there for 2 years with her. I would like to sell the house to settle my mother s debts but my brother refuses to move out. What can I do to settle the debt without destroying my relationship with him.
    He, his wife, and son have been living there for 2 years with her. I would like to sell the house to settle my mother s debts but my brother refuses to move out. What can I do to settle the debt without destroying my relationship with him.
    22 answers · Renting & Real Estate · 6 hours ago
  • Why do do many people defend illegal immigrants?

    Best answer: misguided goody two shoes
    of course they are humans and they need to organize in the own country and demand better living conditions there, the people in the US already did that generations ago, these illegals should not be allowed to benefit from the efforts that they did not put forth
    Best answer: misguided goody two shoes
    of course they are humans and they need to organize in the own country and demand better living conditions there, the people in the US already did that generations ago, these illegals should not be allowed to benefit from the efforts that they did not put forth
    30 answers · Corporations · 2 days ago
  • If you own a house outright what other things are there to pay besides mortgage.?

    If a house was paid off completely would the only bills be water, electric and heat? How much would that cost for a ranch?
    If a house was paid off completely would the only bills be water, electric and heat? How much would that cost for a ranch?
    24 answers · Renting & Real Estate · 22 hours ago
  • Boss called me a pig whilst I was eating my lunch?

    I'm a dental nurse and work in a busy practice, I've put on a little weight over the last few years as I sit down so much. I am self conscious of this. I'm not overweight though. We run late into lunch every day and leave late every day without extra pay and so eating patterns aren't great as I... show more
    I'm a dental nurse and work in a busy practice, I've put on a little weight over the last few years as I sit down so much. I am self conscious of this. I'm not overweight though. We run late into lunch every day and leave late every day without extra pay and so eating patterns aren't great as I never know what time I will eat and how long I will have so I normally grab something quick and easy. The dentist who is also my boss never brings any lunch and his tummy rumbles all day... He was talking to one of the other dentists and when I started to eat my muffin in front of everyone he went "oooo piggy piggy, that will go straight to your thighs" I am so sick of these petty comments when I do so much work for him! Is there anything I can do to change all this? It's not a joke either because the way he says it isn't jokingly.
    26 answers · Other - Careers & Employment · 1 day ago
  • How to get a lower down payment on a commercial mortgage?

    My new business needs a building, but commercial mortgage down payments are impossibly high. What can I do? More details: I have a day job that I intend to keep, and I make more than enough to afford the building. (About 70 percent of the building's total cost annually) I'm willing to purchase it under... show more
    My new business needs a building, but commercial mortgage down payments are impossibly high. What can I do? More details: I have a day job that I intend to keep, and I make more than enough to afford the building. (About 70 percent of the building's total cost annually) I'm willing to purchase it under my name, rather than my company's if need be. The current building owner has no interest in a lease to own, or rent setup. The building is under $95,000 and I've got $20,000 to put down. Trouble is, the building will need at least $20,000 to be brought up to code. What few banks are willing to loan to me are demanding 30 percent down. ($28,500 minimum down payment in my case) I don't currently own other real estate or property to use as equity. If I was buying a house, I could easily get around 5 percent down, and have a dozen or so banks to choose from. Because this property is commercially zoned almost no banks will loan and those that do ask an outrageously high amount down. Are there any options for a commercial property loan that don't require quite so much down?
    6 answers · Renting & Real Estate · 8 hours ago
  • Paying 2/3rds of rent for half an apartment?

    Best answer: Normally when two roommates share accommodations, they split the rent down the middle. If one happens to have a slightly smaller bedroom, perhaps a case for a little compensation [little] can be made but that's about it. When 3 roommates want to share accommodations it would be reasonable to split the rent... show more
    Best answer: Normally when two roommates share accommodations, they split the rent down the middle. If one happens to have a slightly smaller bedroom, perhaps a case for a little compensation [little] can be made but that's about it.

    When 3 roommates want to share accommodations it would be reasonable to split the rent 3 ways. It doesn't matter if 2 of the roommates are a couple. For simplicity sake if the rent is $1200 then you each pay "about" $400. You can do the math and come up with an exact figure.

    Bottom line? You and your boyfriend should be paying a total of $800 and the brother pays $400. The brother pays 1/3 of the utilities. That sounds fair to me.

    In the end, it's your boyfriend's brother place. $850 is a little on the high side but if you can negotiate getting the larger bedroom then it sounds reasonable.

    Suggest that you're willing to pay that if you get the bigger bedroom.

    By the way...

    Unless your boyfriend's brother has "Crime Scene do not Cross" yellow tape dividing the apartment into two equal halves you are not getting use of just 1/2 the apartment.

    I'd try to look at the bigger picture. You are only paying $400 a month plus a little in utilities to live with your boyfriend. It would be hard to find even a cockroach invested place for that.
    19 answers · Renting & Real Estate · 22 hours ago
  • My dad stealing money from me?

    Hey. I'm 17 and my bank account has to be connected to my dad's name. I work 2 times a week trying to save money to move out. He doesn't want me to move out so he takes all my money and never gives it back. What can I do?
    Hey. I'm 17 and my bank account has to be connected to my dad's name. I work 2 times a week trying to save money to move out. He doesn't want me to move out so he takes all my money and never gives it back. What can I do?
    13 answers · Personal Finance · 3 hours ago
  • What form would I need to make my kids owner of my house After I die in California ?

    Best answer: With a will your estate will have to be probated. Have an attorney create a revocable trust naming your kids as beneficiaries.
    Best answer: With a will your estate will have to be probated. Have an attorney create a revocable trust naming your kids as beneficiaries.
    17 answers · Renting & Real Estate · 1 day ago
  • Does a Lardlord have the right to take pictures of my belongings?

    I live in California and my lease doesn't run out until June (4 months from now). The property owners have decided to sell the property and offered to let us out of our lease early. They've already shown the house to their realtor who has already listed the property for sale and so to avoid them showing the... show more
    I live in California and my lease doesn't run out until June (4 months from now). The property owners have decided to sell the property and offered to let us out of our lease early. They've already shown the house to their realtor who has already listed the property for sale and so to avoid them showing the property we've decided to move sooner rather than later. However, they're also asking if they can come by and take pictures of the property which is making me and my family uneasy as our belongings are still here. First, is there anything we should look out for in terms of them letting us out of our lease early? We've asked for an actual agreement to terminate the lease early. Second, should they have already shown the house to their realtor? And last, if they have the right to list the house prior to move-out do they have the right to include our property in pictures that they take? We would rather not have our property listed on some website we didn't agree to and so them asking to come by prior to moving out especially with us being accommodating and leaving early is very unsettling to us.
    15 answers · Renting & Real Estate · 1 day ago
  • Someone stole my rent check, and wrote their name OVER my landlords name, cashed it? What is my recourse?

    Best answer: Report this to your bank. File a police report. The bank is at fault here. Explain to them today that you need your money back ASAP so you can pay your landlord.
    Best answer: Report this to your bank. File a police report. The bank is at fault here. Explain to them today that you need your money back ASAP so you can pay your landlord.
    14 answers · Renting & Real Estate · 19 hours ago
  • Will I own all my Boyfriends things if he moves in with me?

    Best answer: There is NO thing called "COMMON LAW MARRIAGE" http://www.huffingtonpost.co.uk/richard-adams/common-law-marriage-myth_b_2661452.html Citizens... show more
    Best answer: There is NO thing called "COMMON LAW MARRIAGE"
    http://www.huffingtonpost.co.uk/richard-...

    Citizens advice
    https://www.citizensadvice.org.uk/family...

    wikipedia
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Common-law...
    other places
    http://www.familylives.org.uk/advice/your-family/relationship-advice/common-law-marriage/




    which is what he is worried about.

    now for benefits purposes,
    they will consider 'co-habitng' and total income into the household..
    but NOT property ownership...

    Seriously,
    it is no different than he stays over 7 days a week... every week.
    (again, benefits look at any days...and how often he is around "generally")

    if he is really nervous,
    tell him to keep his other property 'as a bolt hole' if it make him feel better
    Or
    Promise that you (both) will put a sum of money into a savings account,
    and that will be used to pay for any re-renting agreement he needs if you all break up and he needs somewhere to go to....

    AND.. then as he will be saving on council tax..
    he is paying 75% now...
    and only 25% to be with you... - split that and it 'is' 50:50
    and the other 25% you both 'save' can go into that rainy day fund ;)
    [or holiday fund when it all works out great... just don't break up on holiday ;) ]

    Sign a pre-nup if he really is that bothered...

    And if decide before you buy....
    (and maybe keep a little diary/notebook of that decision ?)
    who owns what if you buy things after you are together....

    So..changing topic (slightly) This relationship..
    is it just for fun... just for now....
    or do one of you see it as more long term.... or just hope it will be.
    or one of you finds someone better
    or is this a test of if you can stand each other over longer periods of time ...

    just asking...
    24 answers · Renting & Real Estate · 2 days ago
  • Would you feel comfortable hiring a gay or transgender babysitter?

    Best answer: Hell no.. And to be honest they wouldn't even make it to the front door because if you are going to trust a stranger with your kids you need to do your research on them, and I will never have a f*ggot anywhere near children. Reason being... 1) I don't need a homo educating them on how gay & tranny... show more
    Best answer: Hell no..
    And to be honest they wouldn't even make it to the front door because if you are going to trust a stranger with your kids you need to do your research on them, and I will never have a f*ggot anywhere near children. Reason being...

    1) I don't need a homo educating them on how gay & tranny people are normal.
    2) I don't need my kids being scared of a tranny and having nightmares (most trannies look like freaks/weirdos)
    3) Most IMPORTANTLY you can't trust gay people around children, most gay people, especially gay men are sexual predators & have a disturbing sexual preference for kids. You never know what the hell could happen if you leave them in the house alone.... (According to the FBI bereau of investigations stats, homosexuals proportionately commit the most child sex crimes despite being 1% of the population).

    You might as well be asking 'would you let a paedophile babysit your kids?' and the answer is no ...no and NO!
    84 answers · Other - Business & Finance · 6 days ago