I own a home in Alpharetta, GA, I believe transferring ownership from myself to an LLC I own would allow the LLC to expense mortgage payments and Repairs & Maintenance costs as a cost of maintaining the property for tenants. I also believe the LLC could capitalize costs related to capital... Read more »
Yes you technically can, but it doesn't work. You end up netting if it works out well and you have to defend it in an audit. It always ends up being net taxable when the IRS recalculates the FMV of the rental.
Once you run all the numbers it's comes out that you create tax out of...Read more »
A landlord can file a dispossessory in court. However, the courts are closed for civil matters until May 13. Therefore, a hearing on a case that is filed this month is unlikely to be heard before the end of May or the beginning of June.
However, the size of your county will have an...Read more »
Tenant has failed to pay rent for 2 months. With the month of May around the corner, if he doesn't pay he will be 3 months behind. Prior to this pandemic he always paid late and now he just won't pay at all. I've issued him a Pay Rent or Quit notice which gave him 7 days to pay and... Read more »
Your post includes Personal Injury as a category, but there did not appear to be any injury-related issues in the brief description. In terms of the discrepancies with belongings you describe, it might be helpful for an attorney to know more information - were these discrepancies in connection with...Read more »
- In July, I applied for an apartment for 6 month lease + emailed manager explicitly stating I'll sign from August - Feb 15th, but move out early Feb 1st to a different state and lose half month rent. Signed electronic lease
- January 10th comes and I email asking about what to do... Read more »
In some jurisdictions within Georgia, it can constitute a code violation to have a junk vehicle (e.g. inoperable or which does not bear current registration, current license plate or current state-required inspection sticker) in your driveway, without being in a completely closed structure. I...Read more »
I suggest you have an attorney review your pre-lease agreement in order to determine your rights. They will need to know the date you signed the pre-lease, whether you were accepted or declined, and the date you were notified of your acceptance or denial. There may be language in the lease that...Read more »
A breaker needs to be replaced that controls some of the lights and a few other things. They only came once to see what the problem was and claimed they would be back the next day to fix it but never did. I keep asking to get it fixed and they never do it. I'm trying to find out if I could get... Read more »
Landlords have a duty to keep the property safe, habitable and in good repair, and any repairs must be completed in a reasonable time from the initial request. Hopefully, your previous requests for repairs were done in writing and in accordance with your current lease. If the landlord still has...Read more »
Office is closed for Corona Virus, however I have always walked my check into the office. Surely they could pick up mail weekly and process my check. Do not want to jeopardize my credit rating, but can't do online banking. Do I have the right to mail my check?
I would think you would be able to mail in the payment to the apartment office. Someone must be checking the mail there and it will get processed. Some people, such as yourself, don’t have online banking. Since you always pay it by check I think it would be okay if you mail it in this time....Read more »
We are small business owners. My wife and I operate a gift shop in Savannah with no employees. The building was recently purchased and our rent increased by 80% in February. We signed a 3 year lease. That lease does not have any option for termination by tenant.
And theres another person in the same trailer park that has the same crime. They knew he had the charge and on the lease. I payed them $1100 to move in. I pay $672 a month. Also has upkeep maintenance issues
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