Dear David: Our condominium board hired a duct cleaning service to clean the dryer vents in our complex. We think the cleaners damaged our duct connection. In our opinion, the condo corporation should pay for the damage, since they hired the company. The condo corporation says we’re responsible for maintaining our own unit. Who is
From a valuation perspective, your listing price needs to target the range between what the property is earning today and its full earning potential.
I’m not sure what paperwork your daughter and her ex had to sign, but if it was a one-year lease two years ago, the term is up and she no longer has any obligation.
Dear David, I just got notice that my rent is going up 4.8 percent. Is this legal when the buyer just bought the building and hasn’t made any updates? – SHOCKED DEAR SHOCKED: Generally speaking, there are a few rules for residential rent increases. The top 3 are: (1) rent can only be increased once