Renting & Real Estate's questions - Korean iziqna

I’m 21 years old (female If it matters) and I have expenses of my own (car note, insurance, cellphone bill) plus I’m trying to save money to move out But recently my mom has been bugging me and pretty much threatening to kick me out if I can’t give her a certain amount of money every month to help her out. My dad... show more

Best answer: My mom got remarried and I couldn't stand my stepdad. I knew him before they even started dating and I didn't like him, and he didn't like me. So that's why. I moved out when I was 17, two months before my 18th birthday. I had already graduated three months earlier, though. Also, I did want my... show more



Here's the situation: I recently moved into a university-type housing complex with two other guys who are like me (grad students, busy, quiet, respectful). The complex filled the room above me in the same townhome with a guy that has become an absolute nightmare. He's constantly having friends/family stay... show more


Best answer: A studio apartment has either a pull out couch (very uncomfortable for nightly sleeping) or a bed in basically what is the living room, open to the kitchen. Along with the bed in the living room, you would also have your bedroom furniture, such as your dresser and night stand. However, you certainly can... show more

I am currently renting my home and the landlord has offered to let me purchase the home. If I have an appraiser, real estate agent come out and appraise the home, will the appraiser have to contact my landlord about anyting?

Is rent-to-own a good idea?

11 answers · 22 hours ago
Do all mortage lenders offer this program?

One bedroom vs two bedroom?

11 answers · 1 day ago
I just got approved at a brand new apartment complex and I’m debating if I should get the two bed one bath vs the one. Now the smallest one bedroom is $795 next size is $890 and next size is $900. The two by one that I want is $995 the only utilities I pay is water, light and pest control/trash which is $15 a... show more


I am moving out of my parents house and into my first apartment soon. One in particular is by FAAAAAAR the best in my price range. Problem is, I called them and they have pretty stringent requirements for approval, including at least 12 months of prior rental history, and told me over the phone I would not... show more

I had a second viewing yesterday on my flat which seemed to go well but have not heard anything from the estate agents today



Hello, what would in your opinion be a fair split of rent for a studio apartment, assuming everything is shared equally (room size, utilities, etc.)? The only thing is, this roommate would be staying for five nights per week and going back home on the weekends. I don't think 50/50 would be fair as I would... show more

Why would they remove their sign post?

I am a young woman who cleans every day in exchange for renting a small room where I never get 5min to myself, this entitles cleaning up after 3 old dirty men and 2 big hairy dogs, 2 bathrooms and the whole house has wood floors. The guy I rent the room from asks for 300 a month for rent. He is creepy as well.... show more

Best answer: Actually it is arguable the leasing agent does have a legal obligation to not identify where a resident lives. As an agent of the renter and the landlord, the leasing agent has a "fiduciary duty" to both the renter and the landlord which could include protecting the identity of both parties. Thus when... show more


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