Yes, negotiating rent with a property management company takes place in the same way as with an individual owner.
It depends on the individual lender but most people prefer a credit score of 620 or higher.
It depends from owner to owner. Some house owners specifically mention “no pets allowed” in their lease agreements while others are more flexible on the idea of allowing pets in their rentals.
There is no statutory limit on charging a security deposit. But on average, landlords require a security deposit of at least a month’s rent.
The law requires landlords to keep the premises safe and in good condition and to: Fix water leaks from the roof, doors, windows, or walls. Repair plumbing, gas, heating, and electrical problems. Keep the grounds outside your unit clean, safe, and free of pests such as mice and roaches.
Changes to the property generally require approval from the landlord.
Your landlord can’t increase your rent during your fixed term unless you agree or your agreement allows it.
If your rented home is managed by a property management company, you’ll need to contact them at the end of your tenancy and ask them for your deposit.
It’s important to ask the landlord for permission to sublease your apartment if the lease requires the landlord’s consent.
Quite a lot of things can happen if the rent isn’t paid on time. Your landlord could ask you to evict the house. He could also report your overdue rent to a credit reporting agency. This can affect your credit rating and make it harder in the future for you to rent a place or …