Every month I receive emails from the landlord in North Carolina informing me about all the reasons the lease would be terminated. Some are trivial, some are not so much, and one in a while is so bad that I am surprised there isn’t a death penalty sentence for the landlord for having to do it.
But I guess I am more surprised that the reason has been so bad is because the tenant I’m renting from is a local guy who is new to the area. He has no family in the area and no real income. He has to pay $4,600 a month in rent, plus utilities, taxes, insurance, and maintenance.
Of course, there are a few things to consider.
1. If the landlord is new to the neighborhood, he will probably know some of the people in town and may be able to offer some advice. 2. The rent is probably set up to be reduced for more recent tenants, as well as for those who have been in the area for a while. 3. The landlord is probably the only one who has a clue about what has been going on. 4.
You may be thinking to yourself, oh, this is a great opportunity. You’d be wrong. It’s not a great opportunity. For one thing, a small price you have to pay for a landlord who has no clue about what’s going on and isn’t interested in helping out. For another, if you have a long-term lease, you may want to think about moving or renewing it.
A landlord who has no clue about what has been going on with their tenants, or, as we found out last week, is not interested in helping out with their tenants, is no different than someone with no idea about the situation or who is not interested in helping out. It’s like renting a house without a contract. Your landlord has no idea what you are doing with your own house, and so they don’t care enough to help you out in any way.
For the last five years we have lived in a house that was in a very successful real estate company. We were very happy there, but after moving in and seeing that the company was on the rocks, we decided to try our luck elsewhere. The best thing to do is to see if someone else is willing to help you with your financial issues.
The best thing to do is to see if someone else is willing to help you with your financial issues. I would suggest that you contact the real estate agent who sold you the house asking for the name of the person that owns the company that is in the lease. You never know, you might get lucky.
To be honest, I don’t know exactly how they go about doing this, but here’s the thing: If your lease is expiring, you are allowed to have a lawyer from the real estate agent write a letter to your company telling them that you have a lawyer and that you are going to be seeking a new lease. If you do this, there’s no need to leave a letter or anything like that for her to find, and you’re going to get a new lease.
Its hard to explain, but you can also have a lawyer make a phone call to your lease holder to let them know you want to end your lease. If they reply, they probably dont want to continue being in the leased premises, so you should just leave it at that. I know it sounds like you have no choice to get out of the lease but when youre in the position to be in, you should really consider that option.