Renting


Renting / Roommates, managing rentals, and understand rental terms

How can I kick-out my roommate?

Tenant law varies from state to state and city to city. Assuming your roommate is not on the lease, your best option is simply to ask him to leave. If ...
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How much should I charge for rent?

When you enter the rental business, you unfortunately can't just charge what you want in order to make a profit. You can charge only what the market will bear. You ...
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5 Pros And Cons of Living With a Roommate

Have you ever thought of sharing your home with another person? Whatever stage you’re at in your life, at some point you might consider finding a roommate to split expenses ...
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Can I rent my current home with an existing mortgage, and still get a second house?

You can get a mortgage for a second house in this situation, but you must prove to the lender that you have the financial ability to carry both mortgages, as ...
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Why should I buy instead of rent? Who really stays in a house for 30+ years?

As long as you want to stay put for at least 5 years, it might make better sense for you to buy instead of rent. Having a 30-year mortgage doesn't ...
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How to prepare to rent out a room for extra income?

You should first prepare your house by putting locks on all bedroom doors, keeping your valuables in a safe, and fixing pesky appliances. Then, look at Craigslist or other ads ...
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What is a lease-purchase agreement?

A lease-purchase agreement is one a homeowner sets up with a renter who wants to buy the property at a later date, possibly when they are in a better financial ...
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Is there a credit check in a seller financing transaction?

In a seller financing deal, because the seller is financing the deal, there isn't necessarily a credit check involved. This is the decision of the seller. However, if you've been ...
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How can I protect my investment if a tenant will cause a lot of damage to the home?

Start out with a good lease agreement that covers all bases, and get a two-month security deposit. The lease agreement should clearly state when you can enter the property and ...
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