A homeowners insurance policy is essential to have in place before purchasing a home. Most clients understand that this policy will insure that in the event of a fire, the expense for repair or replacement will be covered by the insurance company. Your personal belongings also fall under most policies, along with property damage and bodily … More What’s really covered under your homeowners insurance policy?
Many clients will call me and request an appointment to transfer the deed to their home to their children as they begin to worry about medical issues that may end up depleting the value of their home if it remains in their names. Others just want to transfer the home now so as to avoid … More Should I Transfer My Home to My Children?
How do you legally evict a roommate? While the answer depends on your specific situation, there are some general principles to keep in mind. Although getting a roommate can be a great way to share the costs of renting a house or apartment, sometimes things just don’t work out. But similar to when a landlord … More Evicting a Roommate.
The bottom line is this: The property manager, as the landlords’ agent, can evict you for any delinquency or lease violation, with due process of law. And from the sound of it, even though you may believe you are only delinquent on the late fees and not the monthly rent, it doesn’t make much difference. … More Can a property manager evict me if I am delinquent on late fees?