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The contract for my apartment is for 1 year. What if I want to move out of the apartment? What fees or other things would I have to do to stop paying rent? If you signed a one-year lease, then you are legally bound to the apartment for one year. This means that you’ll need to take a […]
What is the procedure when I finally find the apartment I like? Do I pay to hold it if I am moving a month later? You will need to check with the community and see what their policy is for holding an apartment. They can help you decide when you should pay your deposit based […]
Are there any resources available that help pay for deposits and or fees? Contact the rental community to learn more about possible assistance that they offer, and also check with your local government to see if they provide financial assistance for deposits and fees.
Can a landlord offer the rental lease to more than one qualified applicant at a time? And if so, how is it decided who can have the apartment? Is it to whoever signs the lease and hands the deposit first? Landlords can show properties to multiple applicants, and they will ask for certain requirements to […]
How can I find out about rent assistance programs or low income housing & the process to get into one of them? Visit the Housing & Urban Development Authority in your local area or check online at HUD.gov to learn more about types of rent assistance programs/low income housing and the process for applying. Best of […]
My apartment has snakes inside…can I break the lease? Oh no! You should review the terms of your lease to see what you are being legally bound to. Meanwhile, reach out to your property manager and let them know what is happening at your apartment so they can come up with a solution!
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