When I moved in I told my landlord my fiance would be moving in later. He said that was okay. I spoke with him twice on correcting the lease and adding her. Months went by and now my lease is up for renewal. Note...the rent is already going up. I agreed to that. I told him to make sure he has both... Read more »
Lived in house 23 years land lord sold without notice got eviction answered was spars to be out by April 19th at that point was when the writ of possession could be executed. Been staying in home still because I have nowhere else to go.
Property has been managed by different property companies, and new company took over 4/1/2021 ( same day my rental money order payment was stolen) and now they want copies of ID and SS card. Where are my previous ID and SS Card info? I've been there.13 years
I called the utility place and they said I need account number I'll call my renter landlord and she will not give me that information saying that she wants me out due to police activity over here which she has no proof of me doing anything
May be a violation of your lease or they may be improperly targeting you as a form of harassment. GA has difficult Landlord Tenant law for tenants, but there are some really good self help resources at Legal Aid type clinics.
If the parking violations are legit, it may just be easier and...Read more »
I submit maintenance request each time. Plumbers say can’t find a problem. Recently happened May 3. Request sent. Today it has been deleted. I pay a lot in rent to property management and dealing with this issue 5-6 times in one year. No resolution. I want to know can I break my lease for these... Read more »
I rent a home through a rental company. They are my landlord but I have a tenant-at-will that I need to evict. They are not on the lease with me and are considered an unauthorized tenant by my landlord. I’m wondering what the correct form would be to use in his situation. Thank you.
My wife and I agreed to rent this property from her father due to them explaining that the condition of the house was not suitable for sale. After about 4-5 years of this situation going fairly rough. He attempted to reach out to us to try to move back in with us while we were still renting. My... Read more »
If you have a lease it will likely control the contractual relationship. Thus, if the lease sets a certain rental amount from say April 4, 2021 to April 4, 2022, then the father likely cannot raise the rental amount within those dates. Even if the father attempts to raise the rental amount mid...Read more »
they did not market the house nor did they locate the tenant. I did not sell the house to the tenant or anyone related to the tenant but to an investment company. Are they entitled to this commission payment? Area of question is Atlanta GA
It depends on the terms of the agreement with the management company. Sometimes the agreement will state that they still earn a commission if the house sells within a certain time even if the agreement has been terminated. Have an attorney review the terms and advise of your options.
We are 6 months into the rent-to-own contract and property taxes is not something that was previously mentioned as our responsibility. Additionally, we were only told about it needingnto be paid 4 days before the taxes are due in our respective county.
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