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Rent it Right by Janet Portman, Inman News Q: Last September, I was unable to pay my rent ($1,000 per month), and incurred a late fee of $100. I paid all of October’s rent, and every month’s rent from that time onward, but I wasn’t able to pay September’s rent until now. I’ve just paid…


Is Landlord Shooting Self in the Foot with Sloppy Language? Rent it Right by Janet Portman, Inman News   Q: We’ve been asked to sign a long lease that has a very odd clause in it. It says, “Landlord is not liable to tenant if anyone is not permitted or is refused entry into the…


Longtime tenant fights policy absent from lease Robert Griswold Q: I have been a tenant in the same apartment for nearly 12 years. Last month was the first time I couldn’t pay my rent on time because I was out of town longer than expected. I sent in my check as soon as I returned…


Who Pays When Tenants Damage the Property Before They Move Out? Rent it Right by Janet Portman, Inman News Q: I’m renting to a couple of college students and have both sets of parents as lease guarantors. Last month, the tenants had an accident in the kitchen that resulted in several hundred dollars’ worth of…


Rent incentive not worth fallout from layoff by Robert Griswold Q: My husband’s company transferred us to the Chicago area in late 2008. We found a fantastic rental home in a quiet neighborhood and signed a two-year lease in February 2009. The landlord initially offered a one-year lease, but we asked and they agreed to…


Rent it Right by Janet Portman, Inman NewsQ: My landlord and I are having a dispute over the timeliness of my rent payment several months ago. I gave it to the manager on time; the manager claims he got it a day later, and charged the fee. I refused to pay it, and then, in…


Landlords who have gone to court will tell you – there seems to be a bias against them when it comes to lease enforcement. Sure, it’s not fair, but there is a basis for it: You were the one who provided the lease in the first place. You had the opportunity to get it right….


by Robert Cain A lease is a contract that allows a tenant to occupy a property for a specified period of time, at an agreed-upon rent, as long as the terms of the lease are followed. Does that benefit the landlord? Or is it only a benefit to the tenant? A lease differs from a…


Rent it Right by Janet Portman, Inman News Q: A few of my tenants have given me rent checks that have bounced. Although I could have terminated their tenancies, I didn’t want to do that, given their otherwise good behavior. But I want to make it very unattractive for them to do this in the…


Tenant buys house, seeks special treatmentby Robert Griswold Q: I have been a tenant in a rental home for the last few years. A few months ago I signed a new 12-month lease but I just bought a new home and will be moving in next week. My lease doesn’t expire for eight more months…

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