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How do you decide where to live when moving to the San Francisco Bay Area with school-aged children?
Decide? That presumes you have real choices. When we moved here 2 years ago, we stayed in temporary housing for 3 months, during that time, we literally found 1 place with 3 bedrooms, a not terrible commute to work, and in a good school district. Commutes of more then 10 miles can exceed an hour in some places at rush hour which really limits options. California has the worst student to teacher ratio in the nation and schools in the Bay area range between excellent to terrible often within the same town. No place accepted dogs with our minimum criteria so we had to leave our dog behind. A month to month lease was $7k a month vs $5k for yearly so waiting for better places to show up was also a non starter. Places would only be on the market for about 2 weeks so if you didn't immediately fill out an application and put down a deposit ASAP you were SOL. Expect bottom of the line appliances and things that should be trivial fixes for $5k a month to mind bogglingly persist. There seems to be a few more places on the market now then when we moved here and prices are about the same so you might have a bit more selection. The good news is, your decision will likely be easy once you resign yourself to the level of compromise you will have to make to live here as your real choices will be very few and far between. This place was designed for allowing the affluent families already living here to continue to do so without compromise, but the opposite holds true for new families trying to move here who are locked out of the decent suburban houses and must compete for places optimized for 20 something new college grads. Good luck.
How do you get out of a 12-month renter’s lease for an apartment in California?
This is all going to be dependent on what your lease states. I was forced to break a lease in Los Angeles, and my two choices were either pay a 2 month penalty, or move out and keep paying until the management company had leased my apartment to someone else. Most states have statutes regarding this, but it is also in the landlords best interest to allow you to break your lease if you will otherwise be unable to afford the rent. Talking to your landlord or the management company will be the best way to figure out your options.Mark Lubin Cofounder Homies Roommate finderFind The Perfect Roommate using Homies. Our compatibility algorithm will find the best matches for you.
In California, after my one-year lease expires, does it become a month-to-month lease?
The best answer to your question is in your lease agreement. It handles the term of the lease, termination, whatever. Here’s an excerpt from the California Association of Realtors residential lease agreement form - please understand that this is only one of many lease agreement forms that might be used in your situation. What you have signed rules.“TERM: The term begins on (date) ________________________________ (“Commencement Date”), (Check A or B): ■ A. Month-to-Month: ■ B. Lease: and shall terminate on (date) _________________________________________ at __________ ■ AM/ ■ PM. Tenant shall vacate the Premises upon termination of the Agreement, unless: (i) Landlord and Tenant have extended this agreement in writing or signed a new agreement, (ii) mandated by local rent control law, or (iii) Landlord accepts Rent from Tenant (other than past due Rent), in which case a month-to-month tenancy shall be created which either party may terminate as specified in paragraph 2A. Rent shall be at a rate agreed to by Landlord and Tenant, or as allowed by law. All other terms and conditions of this Agreement shall remain in full force and effect.”I recommend that you be proactive, and not wait for something to happen when your lease expires. If you want to stay, let the landlord/management know before your lease is up. If you want to move elsewhere, let the landlord know before the lease is up.
California Rental Law: How much notice is my landlord required to give on a month to month contract on a place we've leased for over a year?
If all of the occupants have lived in the home for at least one year then California does require 60 days written notice to terminate a month to month lease. I don't think verbal notice will cut it according to the state handbook.However, only 30 days is required if he has a contract to sell and is in escrow. There are a few more requirements on his part to qualify for this exception. Is the place currently on the market?You could wait for the six weeks to run out and then request 60 days written notice but you're just inviting problems with the landlord.My advice would be to offer to pay extra to keep the rental until you need it. A couple hundred extra a month for 6 months might be all the incentive he needs but keep in mind he's probably trying to sell before winter so he might not go for it at any price.If he agrees, get it in writing. Don't rely on his word.If he refuses, look for an alternate solution. There are usually corporate housing options in most urban and suburban areas.Good Luck!Domenick | AccidentalRental
Can landlord show house to new renters on a month to month lease in California?
Absolutely. If you are on a month to month lease there is no current legally binding contract which states you have a long-term lease. The landlord legally only has to give you 30 day notice to vacate. In the mean time the landlord has every right to shop around for perspective renters.
If I have a one year lease, when the lease is up and goes month to month does the rental agency (in California) have to give me 30 days from the end of the lease (the 13th month) to leave?
I'm not sure whether there are some underlying assumptions that are not stated in the question, so I will pra  discussion of  laws that generally apply.After the one-year lease period:The relationship changes to a month-to-month tenancy.Either party may terminate the tenancy on 30 days' notice to the other party. (However, the landlord must pr60 days' notice if all tenants will have lived in the unit for at least one year when the tenancy ends.)Notice may be provided at any time (e.g., at the end of the month, or mid-month).The California Department of Consumer Affairs discusses these issues at http://www.dca.ca.gov/publicatio... .
In California, can my landlord force me to keep my 12 month lease even though I asked to switch to a 6 month lease?
I don't know California law, but I would be surprised to learn the answer to your question, according to CA law is no. If you signed a 12 month lease, even though you wanted only a 6 month lease, you're contractually obligated to 12 months of rent. In Hawaii, this is how it is, but there are some landlords who will let you out with either a termination fee or if you found a replacement tenant, or a combination of the 2. HOWEVER, it's the landlord's choice to be lenient or not. About 8 years ago, I was renting a place with my then boyfriend and after 6 months of living there we broke up but there were still 6 more months on the lease. I put an ad on Craigslist, found a replacement tenant and my landlord let me off the hook - but kept my security deposit. If you DIDN'T sign any lease yet, then you have no obligation, but don't sign that lease if it's not what you want. Good luck!
If you're a landlord in California, what's to stop you from evicting a tenant by raising the rent on a month-to-month lease?
bottom line, if no lease exists or if a lease exists (even if expired) but does not specifically address rent increases, according to state law a landlord can only increase the rent by a percentage of the total rent charged, and depending on what the amount of the increase is the landlord must give the tenant either thirty or sixty days written notice of that increase. and then even if the renter defaults and stops paying rent, the eviction process can take many months. this is a simplistic answer. if i recall correctly there's specific information available on the state’s website. in short, in some circumstances it may be possible to pursue this path, but it would likely take quite some time to remove the tenant from the property because state law tends to favor tenant’s rights and because it permits only small increases in rent (a landlord charging, say, $1000 a month in rent could not simply increase that rent to $2500+ a month in an attempt to get the tenant to leave the property).
If I’m paying rent should my parents be able to tell me when I can and can’t work?
Your parents will never be out of your life. Well unless you pack up change your name and never make contact again. So if you think they have the "right" to tell you what to do is meaningless. As parents they have opinions on what is best for you and they will voice them whenever they feel necessary. Some parents are quieter than others, but even when they are old and living at your house they will comment on how often you work, how much time you spend with them, your relationships with other people etc etc. From the moment you entered this world (probably even earlier) you became priority #1 like it or not. Get the idea into your head. If you don't want to hear them quite so often move out and pay rent to someone else.
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