Repair And Deduct: Knowing Your Rights As A Tenant
3 December 2015
Repair and deduct is a method tenants will utilize in order to force their landlord to make repairs to their home. This method involves forcing a landlord to either make the repairs or the tenant will hire a professional to make the repairs and deduct the cost of the repairs from the rent. While this can be a very effective method, tenants must be extremely careful with this method as withholding rent could result in being evicted.
Three Things You Must Do Before Buying An HOA Home
2 December 2015
There are many factors that should go into a decision to buy a new home. One of these factors is the state of the HOA (home owners association) that the property is part of. Not all HOAs are created equal, so it's vital that you know the financial standing, level of control, and true benefits of the HOA that is over any potential home on your list. The following tips can help you through the process of vetting an HOA, like The Noble Company of South Carolina, LLC.
3 Tips For Helping Your Parent Adjust To Their New Home In Independent Living
30 November 2015
Do you have a parent who is moving out of their home and into an independent living facility? Is your parent upset about the move and perhaps even a bit depressed? It's normal for elderly people to grieve the transition from living at home to living in a group facility, even if they know the move is in their best interests. Your parent is leaving a place they may have called home for years or even decades.
Holiday Decorations: Tips To Keep Compliant With Your New Homeowners Association
29 November 2015
If you recently moved to a community regulated by a homeowners' association, you must abide by certain guidelines and rules in order to stay compliant with the association. One of the things you should consider is how you plan to decorate your home and property during the holidays. A number of homeowners' associations expect its members to be courteous to their neighbors by not installing bright lights on their properties. Before you go all out this holiday season, here are things you may wish to do instead to avoid violating your homeowners' association's guidelines.