As we all know, sharing close quarters with another person twenty-four hours a day for seven days a week can be difficult at times. In my lifetime, I have had my fair share of roommates, some of which will someday be bridesmaids in my wedding and some of which I will probably never speak to again. It’s important to remember that no matter how perfectly compatible two people are, eventually one of you will have a bad day and a fight will ensue. It’s human nature. Obviously, how well you get along with your roommate comes down to your individual personalities and interests, however, I have a few tips that I think will help prevent plenty of roommate conflicts.
As a landowner, there are many responsibilities to the tenant, from maintaining the room clean to repairing damages your tenants will report. Nevertheless, that does not leave the tenant responsibility free, as they also have many obligations.
Often you will find sites that offer rent estimators for entire houses or whole apartments. Unfortunately that does not provide much help for people that are looking to sublet a room within a house.
Have you ever tried to refinance your investment property, which you rent out room-by-room? This is tricky because banks often prefer homes with a single tenant versus multiple tenants. Find out how you can still appraise your property when you rent out room-by-room.
When renting out a property, one should always consider the safety of the tenant, but the landlord should also focus on protecting themselves. This is because becoming a landlord can come with many risks, from financial liability to even personal safety. Therefore, this article will explore the many distinct options landlords have to protect themselves so they can successfully rent out their rooms.
As we have discussed in several previous articles, there are a lot of factors to consider when moving to a new place of residence. When you think about all the stress of finding an affordable place with all the right amenities sometimes transportation can get overlooked or it can be emphasized too much. This begs the question: how important is being near public transportation when moving?