Articles for tag: Real Estate Law, Tenant Rights, Tenants Rights

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Should You Buy a Two Family Home?

Everyone wants a home of their own. Well, almost everyone. But lets face it, with the high rise in prices in past years it is just not economially feasible. Here is where you have to decide if becoming a landlord yourself is the right choice for you. First of all, we are going to concentrate ...

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Get Emergency Money to Pay Your Rent

Although it is becoming increasingly difficult, it is still possible to get money to help pay the rent or the mortgage. Due to a bad economy and lay-offs, more people are seeking housing assistance. Homelessness is on the rise, while many others face eviction or foreclosure. Fortunately, there is financial assistance available to help people ...

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Eviction Laws in Massachusetts

If you are considering purchasing property in the state of Massachusetts for the purpose of renting or if you are considering renting property in Massachusetts, you should make yourself familiar with the eviction laws and the rights you have as a landlord or tenant. Each state has their own set of laws when it comes ...

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Oregon Renter’s Rights and Responsibilities

Oregon tenants have certain rights and responsibilities. These rights include the freedom of privacy, right to a habitable home, and the right to notice before eviction. The information that follows is intended to be an overview of basic landlord-tenant law in Oregon, and does not refer to all situations. If you have questions or concerns ...

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Things to Know Before Signing a Lease

How to rent: For first-time renters, signing on the dotted line is often thought of as just part of the rental process. The excitement that comes with a new home sometimes overshadows responsibilities associated with renting. Before signing that lease, it is important to read the fine print and be aware of what your landlord ...

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A Primer: Tenants’ Rights in Florida (and Responsibilities, Too)

Becoming a tenant involves a contract between the tenant and landlord. Their respective obligations, responsibilities and, even, expectations are a amalgam of Federal and state laws and the terms of the written lease. In Florida, the primary laws on landlord-tenant relations are set forth in Florida Statutes, §§ 83.40-83.682; in addition, Federal and state laws ...