Posts Tagged ‘rent’

  Having a pet can be a wonderful and enriching experience, but it’s also important to remember that there is a financial responsibility that comes along with owning a pet. This goes beyond the initial purchase price or adoption fee; when you have a pet, you have to factor in feeding costs, vet bills, and […]

  Your lease is up for renewal, and you’re just not sure if you should stay or go—mainly because of the rent price, and because you’re wondering if you can save money by moving somewhere else nearby. Although moving can be a hassle and it can cost money, it can be worth it if it […]

  If you’re trying to cut down on living expenses, getting a roommate can be a great option. Because your rent will usually get split in half with a roommate (or more if you’re living with multiple roommates), you may be able to afford to live in a bigger place or otherwise unaffordable area. Aside […]

When a tenant has fallen behind on rent payments, they’ll eventually receive a notice to vacate, which means the eviction process has started. Although landlord tenant laws vary by state and eviction procedures may differ, the following are some general protocols you can follow: Talk to your landlord Why are you being evicted? There are […]