• Grandmother passed,what happens to the house?

    She passed and they didn’t let me know,they kept her from me even though we were close. Now my uncle is living in her house and she hasn’t left a will. She always wanted the house sold and split between us. How do I take legal action and do I have rights to the home?
    She passed and they didn’t let me know,they kept her from me even though we were close. Now my uncle is living in her house and she hasn’t left a will. She always wanted the house sold and split between us. How do I take legal action and do I have rights to the home?
    20 answers · 1 day ago
  • Can I legally cancel the electric bill?

    My girlfriend is staying in an apartment that I took out in my name. I added her to the lease sometimes after I signed off the lease. I moved into a house that I bought so I left her with the apartment since she won't leave without an eviction. The electric bill is my name. Can I disconnect it legally so I can... show more
    My girlfriend is staying in an apartment that I took out in my name. I added her to the lease sometimes after I signed off the lease. I moved into a house that I bought so I left her with the apartment since she won't leave without an eviction. The electric bill is my name. Can I disconnect it legally so I can stop incurring the bill? Or can I just simply stop paying it and default on it.
    33 answers · 3 days ago
  • I haven't paid my bills ever since I moved in?

    I rented out a studio apartment, and on the website it said that bills were not included in the price. I've been here for 5 months, and I've recieved nothing about bills or anything. do you think they'll give me a large bill at the end of my tenancy?
    I rented out a studio apartment, and on the website it said that bills were not included in the price. I've been here for 5 months, and I've recieved nothing about bills or anything. do you think they'll give me a large bill at the end of my tenancy?
    20 answers · 1 day ago
  • Is it right for me to feel uncomfortable my girlfriend lives in a house(with her kids) her landlord single same age lives in the other room?

    She lives in a 3 bedroom home, pays low rent compared to other properties in area by $500 per month. She s in her 40s and lives with her teenage kids. Her landord lives in what used to be the master bedroom with a kitchen. Only separated by a door wish is locked. He enters through side of house not same... show more
    She lives in a 3 bedroom home, pays low rent compared to other properties in area by $500 per month. She s in her 40s and lives with her teenage kids. Her landord lives in what used to be the master bedroom with a kitchen. Only separated by a door wish is locked. He enters through side of house not same entrace, they share same mailbox, trash bins, back yard, parking on entrance. I never been jealous nor feel jealous but for some reason this feels uncomfortable for me. I m I right in feeling this way? I m in my 40s and never felt like this before, but people I dated had their own place. I want whats best for her and her kids.
    15 answers · 17 hours ago
  • I just got aproved for a houseup to 175k how much would it be if i add someone on ? please no ignorant answers or spam thank you?

    ok i make about 35k yearly and because of my debt ratio and credit score my price range i got approved on a hosue is around 175k max. now if i add on a co person but they make aound 10k a year (they have no debt) how much would our price range be get approved for
    ok i make about 35k yearly and because of my debt ratio and credit score my price range i got approved on a hosue is around 175k max. now if i add on a co person but they make aound 10k a year (they have no debt) how much would our price range be get approved for
    11 answers · 11 hours ago
  • If an old house is selling and advertised as having updated or new heating and air is that a good indicator that the house is asbestos free?

    I m looking for a house to buy, and I know that houses that are built after 1978 are asbestos free, but I am trying to open up to searching for older houses, but I want to make sure that the older house is asbestos free and I am trying to find out how to tell whether or not they are--if there are any obvious ways... show more
    I m looking for a house to buy, and I know that houses that are built after 1978 are asbestos free, but I am trying to open up to searching for older houses, but I want to make sure that the older house is asbestos free and I am trying to find out how to tell whether or not they are--if there are any obvious ways of telling.
    15 answers · 1 day ago
  • Why do Americans move to a new house in an other state?

    Best answer: There are many reasons individuals move from one state to another. I will list a few of the more popular reasons a person or family would move from one state to another. #1. Job opportunities Either your job has transferred or you find a better paying position or one that you would like. #2. Economy It might... show more
    Best answer: There are many reasons individuals move from one state to another. I will list a few of the more popular reasons a person or family would move from one state to another.

    #1. Job opportunities

    Either your job has transferred or you find a better paying position or one that you would like.

    #2. Economy

    It might become financially impossible or difficult to reside in your current state. If one find one that is more conducive to your financial means and situation you would want to move to another state

    #3.Family

    Some decisions to move are based on the fact that other relatives are residing in the state you want to move

    #4. Retirement

    Many senior would want to relocate or move to a more moderate temperature and no longer endure the harshness of the winter temperatures.

    #5. Return to your state of birth

    Some individuals would return to the state in which they were born after a long absence due to being in the military or residing in another state for reasons of marriage or job.

    #6. Mobile society

    Citizen of the United States are a mobile society. In some cases a person would just want to find a different place to reside, to change the scenery, experience the difference and culture of a new state, move because of the weather to participate in the sports offered by these states, such as water skiing, winter sports, a better fishing and hunting location, as well as many other reasons.

    These are a few of the primary reasons a person would move to another state. There are many other minor reasons a person would move.

    I hope this has been of some benefit to you.

    "FIGHT ON"
    26 answers · 3 days ago
  • Can a tenant to enter my room without giving notice ?

    I’m talking about shard rooms, so I do they need to give a notice for of us ?
    I’m talking about shard rooms, so I do they need to give a notice for of us ?
    10 answers · 15 hours ago
  • Can I sue if my lease says I m not supposed to be paying something and I have been since 2014?

    I read my lease and it states that I pay all utilities except Water/Trash/Sewage. I ve been paying this bill since 2014. I contacted my property management company and told them and they told me to ignore it as they used the same lease they did for their apartment renters and I m renting a house. I m... show more
    I read my lease and it states that I pay all utilities except Water/Trash/Sewage. I ve been paying this bill since 2014. I contacted my property management company and told them and they told me to ignore it as they used the same lease they did for their apartment renters and I m renting a house. I m considering moving and exercising my early termination which will cost me 3 months rent, but I m considering recouping some of that loss by suing them for all the money I paid in the Water bill. Is that possible?
    12 answers · 1 day ago
  • What to do if tenants don't sign for certified letter (rent increase) please advise. See below?

    already sent notice first class mail end of last month (no response), i'm sure she received it as it didn't come back but that doesn't provide me any legal proof if necessary. Just sent certified letter notice (no body supposedly there to sign for YET) What if she doesn't sign for the letter;... show more
    already sent notice first class mail end of last month (no response), i'm sure she received it as it didn't come back but that doesn't provide me any legal proof if necessary. Just sent certified letter notice (no body supposedly there to sign for YET) What if she doesn't sign for the letter; acknowledging rent increase? I live out of town just for reference.
    15 answers · 2 days ago
  • Tenant's deposit?

    My tenant just moved out of my property which I rented for $1550 a month, and a $1550 security deposit. When they moved out they didnt clean anything. The kitchen was greasy, tiles on first floor was dirty, and grouts were all dark and black(originally white). They broke 2 vertical blinds on the kitchen and living... show more
    My tenant just moved out of my property which I rented for $1550 a month, and a $1550 security deposit. When they moved out they didnt clean anything. The kitchen was greasy, tiles on first floor was dirty, and grouts were all dark and black(originally white). They broke 2 vertical blinds on the kitchen and living room, and horrizontal blinds on 3 bedrooms. They also installed ceiling fans and switches on 3 bedrooms when they moved in. And then took all 3 fans and the switches. Leaving all wires on the wall and ceiling exposed on all 3 bedrooms (there were no wires on ceiling prior to moving in) there were holes which they made for hanging pictures and curtains. And some paints on wall were peeling off and scratched. I told them I'd give them $550 back from the $1550 deposit. Now they threaten me that they will go to court and hire attorney, thinking I took too much from deposit
    24 answers · 3 days ago
  • Say you own apartment income range limit $29,000.00 to $38,000.00 a year would you accept someone that makes $2,500 above the limit ?

    I make $2500.00 a year to much so cannot move in. As I tried to explain to the owner think of it this way I have the safety despoit can hand you over 3 months rent right noway. With me making $2500 extra gives me no excuse on saying I need more time or cannot pay the rent. He said sorry no which to me is a dumb... show more
    I make $2500.00 a year to much so cannot move in. As I tried to explain to the owner think of it this way I have the safety despoit can hand you over 3 months rent right noway. With me making $2500 extra gives me no excuse on saying I need more time or cannot pay the rent. He said sorry no which to me is a dumb decision I get it supposed to be for people on low income of fixed income but dumb move. I ever own a complex and was the same situation I would say come on in. If the person made $75000 I could see being an issue not really but get my point. Bill Gates wanted to move in I would let him.
    17 answers · 3 days ago
  • Tips on selling my house to my kids?

    advice on selling my house to my kids.
    advice on selling my house to my kids.
    9 answers · 18 hours ago
  • What are some cities for people with autism?

    Best answer: The whole damn world. People with autism should be accepted anywhere, anytime.
    Best answer: The whole damn world. People with autism should be accepted anywhere, anytime.
    8 answers · 18 hours ago
  • Do i need to move out when my lease ends and I do not agree to sign a new lease?

    I live in Massachusetts. My lease ends on July 31st. The landlord today ask if I want to renew the lease. He is not allowing me to do month to month. I just started the process of buying a house. After renovation, I should be able to move in 4 months from now. I have a child age 13. What can I do? I don't... show more
    I live in Massachusetts. My lease ends on July 31st. The landlord today ask if I want to renew the lease. He is not allowing me to do month to month. I just started the process of buying a house. After renovation, I should be able to move in 4 months from now. I have a child age 13. What can I do? I don't want to sign the new lease. I just need to stay about 3 more months after my lease ends. How long can I stay for before he can legally kick me out? I'm still willing to pay the rent for the time I'm staying. But the landlord is only giving me the option to sign and stay or pack and leave.
    20 answers · 4 days ago